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Blades Edge Knives Added to Client Roster

Posted On: August 13, 2015

Before consulting with WebDugout, the owner of Blades Edge Knives tried using an online website-building service. The site he began working on looked decent. But when he needed customer support, he found that availability for customer service was limited. The options were either an online chat or a return phone call at least a day later after leaving a message. Unfortunately, many new business owners cannot afford to wait around for assistance.

Blades Edge [sic], a seller of fantasy, pocket and tactical knives, also required a site that would meet specific needs for e-commerce. The site-builder in question had some templates from which to select. Though in order to obtain what was needed, the business owner would have to continually upgrade and pay more fees. The site-building company would frequently call and email to push upgrades and additions.

Looking for alternatives, the owner of Blades Edge found WebDugout. He stopped by our office and a sales consultant was happy to speak with him about the needs for the website. Following the agreement to create a custom-site, was up and running within a few weeks.

“The support I have received from [the WebDugout] team was and still is fantastic. There were no hidden fees or agendas.” – Jack, owner of Blades Edge Knives.

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WebDugout Receives Award from Kenny Warren Foundation

Posted On: June 23, 2015

WebDugout is proud to receive an award from the Friends of Kenny Warren Foundation in appreciation for designing its website. Steve Palopoli and John Mannino accepted the award on behalf of WebDugout at North Hills Country Club during the Cremosa Food Company's annual golf outing, benefitting the Friends of Kenny Warren Foundation.

The mission of the Foundation is to help kids with cancer and their families. The foundation was started in honor of Kenny Warren. Kenny passed away in September 2007 at the age of 21, following a brief but courageous battle against a rare form of Lymphoma.  It was in his memory that hundreds of people from Long Island, New York and New Jersey gathered to raise money for this amazing charity.  The money raised goes directly to the families who have a child suffering from cancer to help ease the financial burden that comes along with this dreaded disease.

While we were  humbled to be acknowledged on this emotional night, the real honor goes to the brave children affected by cancer and the families who provide all they can for them.

We encourage you to visit the Kenny Warren Foundation site and become involved in any way possible to help this invaluable cause.