Sitesurfer Publishing Retained to Deliver New Site for Live & Let Live Farm, Inc.

February 3, 2003

CONCORD, NH - Sitesurfer Publishing has been retained to develop and implement a new Web site for Live & Let Live Farm, Inc. The purpose of this project is to provide a communication and marketing tool for a new not-for-profit abused horse shelter.

This site will be built using PHP scripting language and will make extensive use of Cascading Style Sheets. A secure "volunteers" area will be implemented to allow the Farm to communicate directly with the team of volunteers that staff the shelter. An email listserve will be used to connect the Farm staff with the volunteers. The site will be maintained, primarily, by the client, so emphasis will be placed on making the design easy to update for non-technical staff.

Live & Let Live Farm, Inc. is a 503(c) not-for-profit corporation established to shelter abused animals, primarily horses. Rehabilitation, education, and adoption are the Farm's primary goals.

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