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HI,
I was at a garden railway club meeting last night and out of the blue offered to create a new website for the club. Then I remembered my total lack of free time! I have not designed a website in a while and was looking for some advice on what people like to see on a club's website. What are some features that really help "sell" a club? What features do members like to have on a website? What are some club websites that are really good - so I can steal ideas from them!...
thanks in advance,
Matt
 

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Posted By leftyfretguy on 10/23/2008 5:32 PM
HI,
I was at a garden railway club meeting last night and out of the blue offered to create a new website for the club. Then I remembered my total lack of free time! I have not designed a website in a while and was looking for some advice on what people like to see on a club's website. What are some features that really help "sell" a club? What features do members like to have on a website? What are some club websites that are really good - so I can steal ideas from them!...
thanks in advance,
Matt



The guys in Florida do a good job. The Florida Garden Railway Society's Home Page.
Also the The Washington, Virginia, & Maryland Garden Railway Society.
 

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Don't know how good you would call our web site but here is the address for you to look at the Northwest Arkansas club's.
I think it looks OK. www.nwagrs.org
 
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