Downtown Brockton Association Launches New Logo and New Website
Through an Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development grant the Metro South Chamber of Commerce received, the Downtown Brockton Association was selected to be one of the sub recipients to have technical assistance in updating its website.
President of the Downtown Brockton Association, Mary Waldron said, “We are grateful to the Metro South Chamber for the opportunity to update our website and to have the talents of KMA Web Design and T. White Creations. The technical assistance, creative insight, and guidance they provided was extraordinary. I would recommend to any business looking for similar services to contact the Chamber, and KMA Web Design and T. White Creations.”
COVID and the pandemic made it evident that to survive and thrive in this changing economy, having a functioning website with analytical data is critical. While the DBA’s website provided standard resources and guidance, there was a necessity for additional functions and capabilities to support the needs of our members.
KMA Web Design, LLC (Founder, Kerry Aglugub) and T. White Creations, (Founder, Tricia White) were the consultants through the Small Business Digital Marketing Assistance which included web design, development, search engine optimization, digital marketing, and training.
“It’s been a true pleasure working with Mary Waldron and the team at the Downtown Brockton Association on their digital marketing strategy and website redesign”, said Kerry Aglugub and Tricia White. “We are fortunate to have had this opportunity as a result of a grant secured by Chris Cooney at the Metro South Chamber of Commerce. The DBA now has an online presence that will allow it to better reach its audience in Brockton and its website will serve as a valuable resource to its members. We are proud to support the DBA in its mission.” For more information about the consultants, visit: https://www.kmawebdesign.com/ and http://twhitecreations.com/.
Highlights of the website also include a new logo. The colors are Brockton colors; red, white, and black. The “A: is like a triangle, representing unity. It is also a symbol of strength which is exactly what the DBA is aiming to do,” stated Mary Waldron.
The website has a listing of current events, connecting the DBA’s social media platforms, its Youtube channel, testimony from stakeholders as to the value of the DBA, and a listing of its members with a direct link to their websites. It all comes full circle in this competitive and ever-changing market.
For more information, in addition to the new website, visit the DBA’s Facebook Page
@DBA.Brockton and Instagram Account @dba_brockton.