The Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center museum is proud to announce the launch of its brand new web site, along with the establishment of a communication partnership with The Gorge Project of Stevenson.
“We suffered for years with an unresponsive, long-distance host company that made it very difficult to get things done well and on time,” said Interpretive Center Board Chairman Jim Price. “We were delighted to discover this much young talent was available locally.”
Caleb Wheeler and Mark Kilpatrick are the two principals managing The Gorge Project, and, “Despite their youth, (or maybe because of it) they brought a host of skills and experience to the project,” said Price. “They respectfully corralled a bunch of us old geezers and walked us carefully through each step of the process. In less than two months we had a brand new, state-of-the-art site that is easily navigable, very user-friendly, and so simple to update. We couldn’t be happier.”
Price said the museum also will be getting an updated presence on Facebook and other social media, thanks to the help of Wheeler and Kilpatrick. The Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center’s site is at www.columbiagorge.org. For more information on The Gorge Project please visit www.thegorgeproject.com or contact Caleb Wheeler directly at (503) 442-6745.