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Press Releases from Solar Velocity (12 total)

Morehouse School of Medicine’s New Website Completed by Solar Velocity

Solar Velocity is pleased to announce Morehouse School of Medicine’s new website launched on April 9, 2010. This is a great achievement for Solar Velocity because of the wide scope of this project. Solar Velocity created both the School of Medicine’s website (a 1400 page site) as well as an internal intranet site for the School (over 800 pages). As with most Solar Velocity web designs, the new Morehouse

Solar Velocity Celebrates its 9th Year in a Row of Being on Cobb Chamber’s Top …

Solar Velocity, LLC is a prominent company in Cobb County and has a proven track record of excellent work. For the past nine years Solar Velocity, LLC has been included on the Top 25 list in the Small Business of the Year competition. This competition is for businesses that are members of the Cobb Chamber, are for profit, have shown an increase in sales, have been in business at

Solar Velocity Adds Six New Staff Members Since Jan 1, 2010

Solar Velocity is pleased to announce the addition of six new staff members to our team thus far in the year 2010. The web design/interactive media market has grown recently, with more and more companies looking to improve their company logos, branding, websites, and social media efforts. In fact “The Value of Social Media Report , published by Econsultancy in association with Online Marketing Summit, found that

Solar Velocity to Work with Hitachi Power Tools

Solar Velocity is pleased to announce its recent partnership with Hitachi Power Tools! Solar Velocity plans to design a new interactive website that increases consumer engagement and excitement. Through this initiative Solar Velocity will create a product-centric website which will allow consumers to have positive experiences when researching products, finding retail locations, and providing customer feedback. The focus on presenting products while forming relationships with customers will give

Solar Velocity’s VP of Sales & Marketing named to TAG Smart Grid Society’s B …

ATLANTA (July 14, 2009) – Solar Velocity’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing Scott Burkey was appointed to the new Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Smart Grid Society’s Board of Directors. The TAG Smart Grid Society will work to educate, enlighten, and accelerate the development of smart grid technologies in Georgia by exploring the technologies and collaborations necessary to drive the smart grid systems into reality. Burkey and the other

Solar Velocity named one of Atlanta’s Top 25 Largest Marketing Services Agenci …

ATLANTA (June 11, 2009) – Solar Velocity, a worldwide interactive marketing firm based in Atlanta, GA, was named one of the Top 25 Largest Marketing Services Agencies by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. “It is a tremendous honor to be considered one of the foremost marketing agencies in Atlanta,” says co-founder and CEO Jason Swenk. “Solar Velocity is constantly striving to integrate the best combination of marketing and technology solutions to

Solar Velocity Co-founder and COO Kirby Winters recognized as Smyrna Business Pe …

The Smyrna Business Association named Solar Velocity Co-founder and COO Kirby Winters the Smyrna Business Person of the Year last Thursday. Winters, who manages Solar Velocity’s business operations and shapes its technology development, was honored at a luncheon at the Smyrna Community Center. The Smyrna Business Person of the Year award recognizes an individual who is both experiencing success in his business and distinguishing himself through his ongoing work in the

Solar Velocity launches Energize Your Business web project

ATLANTA (May 22, 2009) – Solar Velocity, an interactive marketing agency based in Atlanta, today unveiled Energize Your Business, a web project that will culminate in the firm building a free website for a renewable energy company that is making significant eco-strides. Long-time advocates of alternative energy and environmentally sustainable business practices, Solar Velocity team members will draw on their deep technology and marketing expertise to help a renewable energy

Solar Velocity named one of Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year for 7th consecut …

ATLANTA (April 20, 2009) – Solar Velocity, LLC (, a leader in web development and interactive marketing, was named one of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce’s Top 25 Small Businesses of the Year by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for the seventh year in a row. Cobb County businesses were nominated in the early months of this year, and an independent panel of judges evaluated the nominees

Solar Velocity to provide web branding and creative services for Purple Inc.

Solar Velocity, LLC (, a leading interactive marketing and web development company based in Atlanta, GA, announced that it will provide the interactive marketing strategy and execution for Purple Inc, a residential drug and alcohol treatment program in Lawrenceville, GA. Purple Inc. has been providing residential recovery services to working class men since 2003. The father and son team, Joel and Brett Bagley, strive to create an environment where residents

Solar Velocity Receives 2008 Best of Smyrna Award

U.S. Local Business Association’s Award Plaque Honors the Achievement WASHINGTON D.C., July 20, 2008 -- Solar Velocity has been selected for the 2008 Best of Smyrna Award in the Web Site Design category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA). The USLBA "Best of Local Business" Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USLBA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local

High Gas Prices Drive Shoppers to the Web

The ever-increasing cost of gasoline – the current American average is $4.11 per gallon – is encouraging more and more consumers to pick up their mouse, rather than pick up their keys and drive to a local retailer, according to a recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive. One-third of the 2,363 adults surveyed stated that the high price of gasoline was the determining factor for shifting their shopping habits from

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