It’s Sunday, February 25, 2018 in Austin, Texas
Wrigley Fields Picks Pallasart for Fifth New Site
Cubs Rooftop Tickets site about to launch
When we show our portfolio to potential new clients they are always surprized to discover that Pallasart has built a number of sites for Wrigley Fields. About a month ago they selected Pallasart, an Austin web design company, to build a fifth site for Cubs Rooftops in Chigago. Pallasart built a ticket purchasing system for them and fans and corporate customers can buy tickets online and check in at the gate with bar codes.
All of the sites have embedded video, slide shows and other features to convey the excitement of the Wrigley Rooftops experience. Below is an image showing the new design, which is about to be implemented online.
Our sincere thanks to Wrigley Rooftops for choosing us once more to produce a site for them!
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AUSTIN WEB DESIGN
bold and contemporary design
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helping agents sell more
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more design ideas
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With Austin making headlines and ending up on virtually every "Top 10 Best City for..." lists -- we now have about 150 people moving here daily!! We figured we should warn potential new residents of the hidden dangers of moving to Austin.
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