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Trifecta Partners with the Kentucky Horse Park on First of Three Websites

Trifecta Partners with the Kentucky Horse Park on First of Three Websites

Kentucky Horse Park website

Lexington, KY (PRWEB) February 18, 2014

On Monday, January 20, 2014, Trifecta launched a new website for the Kentucky Horse Park, featuring a responsive web design, which services site users from a wide range of Internet devices.

Having worked with the horse park since 2012, this was the first of three opportunities for Trifecta to work with the park from a web design perspective. Currently in the works are new websites for the International Museum of the Horse and the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation, which will be launched later this winter and also will be responsive in nature.

“The horse park needed a site that caters as much to people with mobile devices as it does to people with traditional desktops and laptops,” said Jonathan Moore, partner at Trifecta. “By utilizing a responsive website design, we are able to give users a great web browsing experience, no matter what kind of Internet access they may be employing.”

A responsive website essentially responds to a user’s device, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop, delivering content in a manner most compatible with the user environment. With Internet browsing habits generally trending more toward mobile devices, Trifecta offered a responsive website to satisfy the horse park’s growing demand. Instead of building a separate mobile website or developing smartphone apps, businesses and agencies like the horse park can opt for websites that adapt automatically to a user’s screen size.

“We want the park’s many different user groups to be able to access a fully functioning website no matter what type of device they will be using,” said John Nicholson, executive director of the Kentucky Horse Park. “A responsive site was key, but it was just as important to create a site that shows the beauty of our horses and property, entices visitors to come see us, and provides easy, user-friendly access to all of our site information.”

The Kentucky Horse Park website also features a cleaner, aesthetically pleasing look that facilitates easier navigation for the park’s multiple user groups. With a vast amount of content to offer, the website is organized to promote efficient browsing for both horse park regulars and first-time tourists, as well.

In a short amount of time, Trifecta has garnered much attention in the Lexington area by designing award-winning websites and web applications (web apps). Along with the three Kentucky Horse Park web properties, Trifecta has long been associated with the American Saddlebred Museum and is also designing a new website for the New York-based Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame.

In the midst of its busiest year yet, Trifecta currently is expanding to meet the needs of Lexington’s website development market, as well as into other realms of marketing and digital media. The company also continues its focus in 2014 on bringing clients into the smartphone/tablet browsing era through responsive websites.


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Trifecta was formed in 2010 as a full-service design, custom development and marketing agency. The company operates from its home base at 149 Jefferson Street in Lexington, Kentucky and maintains clients both locally and nationally. For more information, visit

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Video Professor Begins Marketing to Federal Government

Video Professor Begins Marketing to Federal Government

(PRWEB) June 4, 2005

The Federal Government spends some $ 200 Billion Dollars a year purchasing products and services from American businesses. A fact not lost on the marketing team at Video Professor, the leader in computer self-tutorials.

“We recognized as a company the enormous potential for us in marketing to the Federal Government,” says Brian Olson, Director of Marketing Communications for Video Professor. “The computer learning needs of government employees are just the same as they are for any other regular business. And just like any other employee, classes are difficult to schedule and instruction manuals are bulky and hard to read and understand.”

The Lakewood, Colorado-based company is known to millions through it’s ads on TV and appearances by CEO and founder John W. Scherer on news programs like FOX & Friends, Neil Cavuto, Tony Snow and ABC’s World News Now along with numerous appearances in local markets like Los Angeles, Atlanta and Denver.

And Video Professor has proven very popular among it’s 5-million customers and the company’s customer service has earned Video Professor membership in the Denver/Boulder Better Business Bureau. The company has a satisfactory rating with the BBB and the company has a ratio of less than 1/10 of one percent of complaints compared to total sales.

“We strive for 100% customer satisfaction.” Says Aimee Techau, director of Customer Service Operations at Video Professor. “And the 1/10 of one percent of complaints have all been handled to the customer’s satisfaction.”

But marketing to the Federal Government presented a whole new challenge to the company. First step was the application for a contract with the General Services Administration. “When I first saw the 90+ page application, I just about fainted,” says Olson. “But one of the great surprises of the contracting process was the support of agencies like the Small Business Administration and the GSA itself. They were extremely helpful in helping us navigate successfully through the application process.”

Video Professor received its Central Contracting Registration in December of 2004 at which time the marketing efforts began, under the leadership of Tim Flores of Video Professor’s Government Contracting Team.

“As just about all government employees have access to high speed Internet connections, the obvious product for us to market is our VP Online Service which offers the complete Video Professor library to stream directly to the user’s computer,” says Flores. “And just like computer users in the private sector, their needs involve lessons in business programs like PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and many other business applications. VP Online offers them the opportunity to learn at their own pace and schedule, and not have to be dependent on often-difficult classroom lessons.”

As with any business, marketing is the key and Video Professor participated in a mini-expo at the Denver Federal Center. It was a first opportunity to market VP Online to the many government agencies located at the Federal Center, which is the #2 purchaser of services from private business outside of Washington DC. Video Professor will also be represented at the Front Range Small Business Showcase on July 27. Between the two shows, over 1700 total government representatives will be attending and have the opportunity to try out Video Professor Tutorial lessons for themselves.

“Video Professor will also be listed on several important government websites including GSA Advantage, which is the most popular shopping website for federal government purchases,” says Flores. “We’ll also be listed in the GSA e-library and GSA e-buy sites plus we’ll have our own Video Professor landing page with the GSA logo for government buyers.”

So Video Professor continues to grow and actively seek out new opportunities to continue the growth of a true entrepreneurial success story. And government contracting provides the company a whole new customer base and an opportunity for government employees to learn what 5-million other Americans already have: a very user-friendly way to learn new, or improve upon, existing computer skills.

And to experience Video Professor’s commitment to the best possible customer service experience.

To learn more about Video Professor’s VP Online learning go to and click on the on-line learning link.

To learn more about the General Services Administration visit their main page at

And if you’d like to view Video Professor’s Better Business Bureau report, visit the Denver/Boulder BBB website at

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Copier & Office Equipment Wholesaling in the US Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld Has Been Updated

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New York, NY (PRWEB) December 29, 2013

The Copier and Office Equipment Wholesaling industry has suffered from tough market conditions over the five years to 2013. Low business sentiment and a decrease in the number of businesses after the recession reduced new and replacement office equipment demand, causing industry revenue to fall. During the recession, revenue marked its steepest decline, falling 9.8% and 17.5% in 2008 and 2009, respectively. Overall, revenue is estimated to decline at an annualized rate of 0.6% to $ 37.2 billion in the five years to 2013. Fortunately for the industry, demand conditions have slowly improved since 2010; as the US economy slowly began its recovery, the number of businesses and corporate profit rose. To this end, IBISWorld expects that revenue will increase 9.9% in 2013, aided by an increase in the number of new businesses and a rising business sentiment index, manifesting in greater demand for new office equipment.

According to IBISWorld Industry Analyst Zeeshan Haider, “In addition to weakened downstream demand, revenue for wholesalers has been hampered by the practice of wholesale bypass, whereby manufacturers forego wholesale distributors entirely and sell directly to retailers.” For example, point-of-sale equipment manufacturers like Dell and NCR Corporation have increasingly relied on direct sales models through their sales forces rather than distribution through wholesalers, reducing demand for operators. Manufacturers believe that vertically integrating and selling directly to end consumers, as opposed to using wholesalers and independent retailers, gives them a unique advantage in how they present their product to potential consumers, and it also allows them to record and quickly act on the feedback they receive. In response, industry players have sought out ways to mitigate losses caused by wholesale bypass, including automating their inventory control processes.

Despite these efforts, wholesale bypass is expected to continue restraining industry revenue growth in the five years to 2018. Nonetheless, “increasing demand and an improving business sentiment index will help the industry rebound marginally,” says Haider. As the economy recovers from its recessionary lows, the number of businesses and white-collar jobs are projected to rise through 2018, which will lead to higher sales.

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The Copier & Office Equipment Wholesaling industry wholesales a range of office equipment, like calculators, dictating machines and mail machines. Operators also wholesale automated teller machines (ATMs) and point-of-sale systems. The industry does not in wholesale office furniture, computers, computer software and peripheral equipment, stationery or office supplies.

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Recognized as the nation’s most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit or call 1-800-330-3772.

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Tru Cab Focuses Efforts on Serving East Valley Seniors

Tru Cab Focuses Efforts on Serving East Valley Seniors

Tru Cab has spacious cabs that the seniors from the East Coast love.

Scottsdale, Ariz (PRWEB) January 31, 2014

In an effort to help serve the growing senior population in metropolitan Phoenix, Tru Cab is reaching out to senior based businesses and communities to let them know about customer focused cab service. Since 2009, Phoenix was ranked as the top destination for the 55 and up population who are moving to new areas. If you’ve lived in Phoenix though at least one winter, that should be no surprise.

Many seniors come from areas where they were reliant on public transportation such as New York or Chicago where most residents don’t drive or own a vehicle. In addition, due to the economy, there are a lot of seniors who are on fixed income and can’t afford their own vehicle. Car ownership can be a burden for the Phoenix senior population because many typically just need to pickup groceries, or go to the doctor. Due to Phoenix’s extreme summertime temperatures though, it can be too hot to wait thirty minutes for the next bus or walk the few blocks to the closest bus stop.

Tru Cab plans to fill the need for senior transportation by making more cabs available in the day time hours when demand from seniors is the highest. Tru Cab has also initiated a training program that all their drivers are in the process of going though to make sure seniors are getting the extra care they deserve. Tru Cab’s co-owner Eric Mulvin also mentioned that “the seniors also love that we always have a live person answering the phone.” Citing personal experience, Mulvin added “I used to work answering calls for a bank in Downtown Phoenix and every day there would be over a dozen customers that would complain about the computer prompts on the phone, so it was an easy decision to not have a computer phone system.”

Veteran Tru Cab driver Vito Lambarti discussed his success in serving the senior population, “I already help all my regular customers with their bags and groceries, opening their door, making sure the cab is the right temperature regardless of how old or young they are, they just need a little extra help but they are always happy to see me so I enjoy driving them.”

Besides additional training, Tru Cab recently started working with the City of Scottsdale to accept their Cab Connection vouchers, a program aimed at helping the senior population in Scottsdale make vital trips to the doctors office or grocery store. Mulvin has been pleased so far in that partnership, already he has “spoken to a few customers on the phone who called just to tell me how much they appreciate a certain driver, or how helpful their driver was, it’s heart warming to hear how their ride with us made their entire week!”

Tru Cab already has it’s sights set on seniors beyond the borders of Scottsdale. Tru Cab has started working with the newly opened Sunset Assisted Living in Chandler, AZ where they will be providing transportation for their residents. Facility manager Teresa Dabu appreciates the service Tru Cab provides. “We are a smaller facility and need to be in the home caring for our residents, we know they will be properly taken care of and they return back happy and most importantly safely when we use Tru Cab,” Dabu added.

Scottsdale residents who are part of the Cab Connection program just have to call (480) 300-5000 to schedule a ride and turn in their voucher to their driver after the ride is complete.

About Tru Cab

Tru Cab LLC was founded by Eric Mulvin and Larry Loe in 2011 in Old Town Scottsdale. With an emphasis on customer service, technology, honesty and taking care of the drivers who make up the face of Tru Cab, Tru Cab’s goal is to redefine what people think a cab ride should be like. Based in the East Valley but offering Valley wide service from Glendale and Peoria all the way to Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and of course Scottsdale, Tru Cab is quickly expanding. Tru Cab also operates Tru Limo AZ, which provides luxury transportation. Customers can book via, with the Apple or Android Tru Cab app or by calling (480) 300-5000. For more information on Tru Cab please visit

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Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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