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The All New ShopCollegePark.org

The all new "ShopCollegePark.org"

The City has recently announced the completion of the new and improved Shop College Park website.

After launching in July 2008, the Shop College Park website quickly became known as the place to find useful business information and the latest events around town. After nearly 5 years in operation and with over 10,000 visits per month, the City decided it was time to make major changes and provide a more user-friendly experience.

The changes include a fresh look, a mobile site (coming very soon), integrated social media, improved maps, and the ability to filter shops by cuisine, district, happy hour, locally-owned & independent, and other options.

Take a look at the new site and let us know what you think of the redesign by taking our survey. For reference, the old site is still available for a limited time.

Also, the City has created a photo contest for people to enter shots of their favorite businesses or attractions around the city and to provide us with a reason why they love College Park. The top entries will be featured in the rotating slideshow on the front page of the new website.

The deadline for entries and voting is February 22nd. To enter the contest or vote on entries, participants must “Like” Shop College Park on Facebook. If someone does not have a Facebook account, they can also email me and I’ll add the entry for them.

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2 Comments to “The All New ShopCollegePark.org”

  1. By anonymous, January 26, 2013 @ 3:21 pm

    Thank you for posting this info. This is a great website and I hope it will be cross-marketed with the new city logo/marketing campaign materials.

    Is there any plan underway to overhaul the City’s website? It is a true disgrace that in 2013, the City of College Park has such a terrible online presence.

  2. By Fazlul Kabir, February 4, 2013 @ 7:54 am

    Hi, Thanks for your comments on the ShopCollegePark.org website. City has been working on redesigning our main website. Please my earlier post on that here:
    https://www.kabircares.org/council-discusses-redesigning-citys-website/