Bend, OR (PressExposure) October 02, 2009 -- tbd, a full-service branding agency, announced the launch of a new website for Bend, Oregonâs Old Mill District at http://www.theoldmill.com.
The new website features an animated illustrated map of the Old Mill District that allows viewers to experience the broad range of activities in the Bend, Oregon shopping, dining and entertainment district. The map allows for easy access to hours of operation, special offers and weekly updates for each of the Old Mill Districtâs retailers, restaurants and art galleries. It also includes current information on events, concerts and movies. By utilizing a content management system, each merchantsâ area can be visited regularly to keep content fresh and up-to-date.
"It's literally impossible to capture the variety and depth of what the Old Mill District has to offer,â said Paul Evers, president and creative director of tbd. âIt's a shopping mall, a collection of great restaurants, entertainment venues, galleries, public art, parksÂ and a river all wrapped up into one incredible setting. We refer to it more as a cultural lifestyle destination. It was an exciting challenge to translate this special place into the interactive online environment."
If viewers want to learn more about the Old Mill District, they can explore areas of the site that feature Old Mill District topics such as residential living, business leasing, Bendâs legendary people and the history of the area. Visitors to the site can sign up for the Old Mill Districtâs newsletter or sign up to follow on Facebook (www.facebook.com/oldmilldistrict) or Twitter (@oldmilldistrict).
âWith so much going on at the Old Mill District, we wanted our new website to be user-friendly, interactive and enjoyable,â said Noelle Fredland, marketing director for the Old Mill District. âWe believe the site does a great job of reflecting our active, dynamic environment.â
About the Old Mill District: The Old Mill District is one of the Pacific Northwestâs most distinctive and dynamic mixed-use developments. Located on 270 acres that formerly housed one of the largest sawmill operations in the world, the Old Mill District offers a rich history along with spectacular mountain views and scenic river vistas. More than 49 retail outlets and businesses call the Old Mill District home, including such national retailers as Banana Republic, REI, Victoriaâs Secret and the Gap. In addition, the Les Schwab Amphitheater is Bendâs premier music venue, accommodating up to 8,000 patrons in its park-like locale. The Old Mill District â Central Oregonâs unique shopping, dining, living and working experience right on the river.
Shopping at the Old Mill District is open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. For complete information on the Old Mill District, visit http://www.theoldmill.com.
About tbd: Advertising agency tbd doesnât place much stock in preconceived notions. In this firm, to be determined means just that: they constantly question the status quo and provide a passionate, unbounded approach to each project. tbdâs advertising campaigns address issues with a twist that capture the essence of their clients messages while providing measurable results.
The firmâs thought-provoking advertising and marketing pieces have won numerous national and international awards, including recognition in Communication Arts Design Annual, HOW International Design Competition, Graphis publications and the Cannes Film Festival. For more information please call 541-388-7558 or visit http://www.tbdagency.com.
For more information contact: Charlotte Gilbride, 541-388-7558, email@example.com