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Client Case Study: A website migration from Dreamweaver to Squarespace for the Washington Symphonic Brass

The Washington Symphonic Brass is an elite group of brass musicians from the Washington, DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia areas.  Under the direction of trumpeter and arranger, Phil Snedecor, they perform modern brass music that pushes traditional boundaries.  Their educational concerts, recordings and performances contribute greatly to the advancement of their art form.  They truly enrich their local area with world-class performances.  But don't worry if you're not local! Their recordings are available to sample and purchase on their website!

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A new set-up for GBC Men's Ministry web pages

Working with non-profits is something I really enjoy.  Groton Bible Chapel is one of my favorites, since it's the church that I call home.  About a year ago, we migrated the GBC website over to Squarespace because of the user-friendly backend that allows the staff to make updates on their own.  

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Client Case Study: A website migration from Wordpress to Squarespace for Inspiring Creative Minds

Jennifer Harris is an editor, author and book writing coach.  She inspires and motivates upcoming authors with writing tips and inspiration in her online community called "Inspiring Creative Minds".  She also provides book editing services to authors through her business, Harris Hill Book Services.  She has an impressive list of past clients!

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Client Case Study: The beginning of an online presence for Monster Oil

Monster Oil is the brain child of three very talented trumpet players from the United States Coast Guard Band.  As brass musicians, they observed that the instrument lubricant market and their products left much to be desired... and so they decided that they could do better.  After years of research and testing, they came out with their own line of lubricants and marketed them with their own personal flair.  Their products continue to gain momentum in sales, and their monthly interview series on YouTube called, "Brass Chats," is a series that every brass player should be subscribed to.

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