QuinnCom is In the Biz! Local Web Design innovator
Serves Hungry and Powerful Local Restaurant Owners!
26 November 2010
November 24, 2010. Jupiter, FL. QuinnCom, Inc. has carved another unique niche to navigate the challenging business landscape over the years. The innovative business has continued to partner with a host of local restaurants who are growing online and leveraging the Internet's powerful reach to better target their customers and build loyalty. "Regardless of economic conditions, people always enjoy the experience of eating out," said Brian Larsen, Development Director with the firm. "Sometimes you bring the whole family, other times it's more for the enjoyment of socialization with your colleagues. But even in a depressed economy, a restaurant can grow if it has a unique atmosphere, a courteous and attentive ownership and service team."
Servicing the needs of the Restaurant industry has proven essential to QuinnCom's longevity. QuinnCom delivers website design, development, Search Engine and other online and mobile marketing solutions to partner restaurants such as: Duffy's MVP, Vic and Angelo's, Big Time Restaurant Group, (Rocco's Tacos, Grease Burger Bar, City Oyster), Park Avenue BBQ, Rosalita's Tex Mex Grill, Bimini Twist seafood, Bud's Chicken and more.
Most recently, QuinnCom is helping more Treasure Coast companies grow their online identity and brand as well. In October of 2009, QuinnCom moved into a higher profile location in Juipter's Abacoa Town Center. During that first year of growth in their new location, QuinnCom has launched new websites and begun development work on these Restaurants: www.DuffysMvp.com, www.MyBiminiTwist.com, Rosalita's Tex Mex Grill, New England Fish Market, Sweet Endings Desserts, Big Al's City Grill and Phillips Point Club.
"We are fortunate to have great people, as well as strong partnerships within the local community," said Mark Quinn, the company founder and CEO. "We share the common goal of providing great service to people in our local community. Our restaurant partners feel the same way. Business these days is all about relationships."