GIRDWOOD.com version 2.0
The site helps local businesses and people as well as visitors. The new version is mobile friendly, simpler, includes a community calendar and has storytelling videos and photos.
“It’s a philanthropy project,” said Kelvin Doyle. “We’re doing it for the town, not us.”
“We love our town.
We want our town to have a badass website.”
Doyle and Liz Finch were showing a steady stream of people the website and asking them to sign up for it. Local businesses donated a variety of items to be raffled off to those who signed up.
The website averages about 300 hits on busy days and 150 hits during slow season.