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Pleasanton merchants to establish website
The newly formed Downtown Pleasanton Merchants Association has contracted with a web design company in San Antonio, Webtegrity ( http://webtegrity.com), to develop a new website to promote not only the city’s exciting new growth, but also encourage folks to visit, shop, and stay in Pleasanton.
Association members invested months in organizing the content that would be presented on their new mobile-friendly website. Their hope is to become the hot spot to stop, eat, and shop for all the vacationers traveling from San Antonio down to the coast. They also want those in the Pleasanton area to stay connected and involved as the small town evolves.
“With a booming economy fueled by the Eagle Ford shale, Pleasanton is experiencing a period of exciting growth and development,” said association President Cindy Carr. “New people and businesses are flooding in daily, and new stores, services, and job opportunities are there to meet them! The charming, old downtown area has awakened and is ready to meet the 21st century!”
The website brings to light some historical facts about the quaint town turned booming city. View historical photos, find a hotel or restaurant, and subscribe to the events calendar so you’ll always be up-to-date on the latest happenings.
To learn more, visit www.discoverpleasantontx.com.
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