Friday, August 15, 2014
Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments has rolled out a newly redesigned website, featuring a wider array of content, a more contemporary look and a layout that’s user friendly and easier to navigate.
The site, at www.wrcog.org, offers an abundance of information about the agency and the extensive range of programs and services it offers to the public and government agencies in Georgetown, Horry and Williamsburg counties. Those services include workforce development, grant administration, transportation planning, assistance for the elderly and their caregivers, and even loans for businesses, developers and community organizations.
The website had been improved since its introduction in the late 1990s, but this was its first overhaul of appearance, content and organization.
The redesign is just one component of a year-long effort to clarify Waccamaw Regional’s services and programs, and make the agency more visible and accessible throughout the three-county region it serves.
Waccamaw Regional unveiled a new logo earlier this year. The logo is already in use and has been well received.
Plans are to launch an e-newsletter this spring to keep clients and community residents abreast of new programs and other changes and happenings at Waccamaw Regional. Anyone interested in receive the newsletter can sign-up on www.wrcog.org or http://eepurl.com/XxRFf.
Additionally, Waccamaw Regional will add social media to its means of communication. The agency has a presence on social media websites including Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
For more information about Waccamaw Regional, visit www.wrcog.org, or call (843) 546-8502.
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