Our new Website: A better resource to better serve you
Tina Grady Barbaccia | September 30, 2009
We’re like kids in a toy store, a marathoner in a running store, or an agency or contractor that’s given several million dollars to spend at an equipment dealership.
You get the drift!
There’s so much to choose from, you don’t know where to start. But it’s both enjoyable and often educational to browse these places.
We hope BetterRoads.com will be both-the “go-to” place for information to educate yourself and keep up on the industry, while also serving as an easy-to-use enjoyable Website.
Check our Construction Media Divsion blog as well as BetterRoads.com’s own Roadologist blog, where you’ll not only see commentary on the industry but you’ll learn about the staff as well.
Our Boomerang product database lets you search the most important product categories in the highway and bridge building industry to help you find what you need.
And you’ll also be able to download our digital magazine so you can read Better Roads in an easily portable format.
We’re excited about our new site, and we hope you are, too.
It’s truly a way to serve you-our readers-better and allow us to provide information that you need and want.
And it enables us to link our digital mediums such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to our Website to give you a one-stop place to click to information and connect with other industry members.
Here’s to you, our readers, and to a brand new site that we hope will be everything you want.
As always, please feel free to contact Editor-in-Chief John Latta or me, Tina Grady Barbaccia-the executive editor-with any thoughts, comments, suggestions, and ideas about the print publication or any of its related digital media.
We have a brand new Website filled with new information that will continue to grow and change as we add new information to better serve our readers and link our digital and print mediums.
We hope you find this site useful and informative. And we hope you enjoy using the site as much as we enjoy continuing to build it.
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