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Augusta Free Press launches new website for Fishburne Military School alumni

The Fishburne Military School Office of Alumni Affairs has a new website designed by Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press debuts new e-news newsletter for Vector Industries

Augusta Free Press has produced the debut edition of The Compass, the new quarterly newsletter for Vector Industries in Waynesboro, Virginia.


Augusta Free Press launches new website for Stories with a Twist

Storyteller and author Barb Lawson has a new website through the work of Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press redesigns website for Hermitage Hill Farm & Stables

Hermitage Hill Farm & Stables, a premier wedding and corporate event location in Augusta County, Virginia, has a new look to its website with an assist from Augusta Free Press.


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VMI names Jamie Severns associate director of athletics for external relation

Jamie Severns has been named Associate Director of Athletics for External Relations, Virginia Military Institute Athletics Director Dr. Dave Diles has announced.


Augusta Free Press produces new issue of Y Magazine

The Summer 2014 issue of the Y Magazine promoting events at the Waynesboro Family YMCA in Waynesboro, Va., produced by Augusta Free Press, is on the streets and on its way to Y members.


Golf Centers of Virginia has new website from Augusta Free Press

Golf Centers of Virginia, with store locations in Charlottesville and Winchester, has a new online presence with a website built and maintained by Augusta Free Press.


Fishburne Military School continues web, marketing relationship with AFP

Fishburne Military School, a private, all-male prep school located in Waynesboro, Va., is continuing its web and marketing relationship with Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press produces new website for Myers Corner

Myers Corner, a 139-acre mixed-use real estate development in the Fishersville area of Augusta County, Virginia, being developed by Charlottesville-based Crescent Development, has a new website produced and maintained by Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press client makes appearance on ‘Katie’

UVA professor Andrew D. Kaufman made a recent appearance on the syndicated daytime talk show “Katie” to talk about his innovative Books Behind Bars program, which brings together incarcerated youth and university students and transforms both groups through the power of conversation about great Russian literature.


Augusta Free Press completes video projects for Fishburne, Vector Industries

Augusta Free Press recently completed video projects for Fishburne Military School and Vector Industries.


Tree Streets Inn has new website from Augusta Free Press

Tree Streets Inn in Waynesboro, Va., has enhanced its online presence with a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press powers new website for Williams Brothers Tree and Lawn Service

Williams Brothers Tree and Lawn Service in Staunton, Va., has a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.


American of Virginia has new website from Augusta Free Press

American of Virginia, a Waynesboro, Va.,-based moving company and Atlas World Group agent, has a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.


Facebook pulls the rug on business: We will return the favor soon

The Valleywag tech blog reported Wednesday that Facebook is planning to slash organic page reach down to 1 to 2 percent of your business page like base. What does this mean for your business?


Ever had to fire a client? It’s rare

It’s not easy to do, but sometimes you have to just yank the Band-Aid off, deal with the moment of intense pain, and breathe. That works with actual Band-Aids and metaphorical ones in the world of business in the form of those 1 percent clients.


Wilson Memorial High School presents Vive Le France

Join Wilson Memorial High School students on Saturday, March 22, 2014 for Vive La France! You will be transported back in time to the 19th century to a quaint French village where artisans, entertainers and villagers mingle and interact with their foreign guests, you and your family.


Augusta Free Press produces new website for Vector Industries

Vector Industries, a leading provider of assembly, packaging and fulfillment services that require a team of highly qualified and uniquely specialized individuals in Waynesboro, Va., has a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press produces new website for Del. Sam Rasoul

Roanoke State Del. Sam Rasoul has a new constituent-service website produced by Augusta Free Press.


AFP produces new website for Commissioner of the Revenue Association

Augusta Free Press has produced a new website for the Commissioner of the Revenue Association of Virginia, a membership group formed in 1937 out of the desire of Commissioners to associate themselves to promote a common understanding of the problems faced in the assessment of taxes and the administration of revenue laws.


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Analysis: It’s not a deficit if it’s a wish list

The headline in the News Leader last week said a lot: “Augusta County schools face $3.9M deficit.” And it was an accurate picture, at least based on what county school leaders wanted the local media to paint for them.


Author Marietta McCarty contracts Augusta Free Press for marketing, web work

Charlottesville author Marietta McCarty, whose books include The Philosopher’s Table, How Philosophy Can Save Your Life and the national bestseller Little Big Minds, has contracted Augusta Free Press to lead her marketing and web efforts.


Website for Mary Baldwin College research project online with assist from Augusta Free Press

Extensive research led by Mary Baldwin College professor Amy Tillerson Brown into a local African-American cemetery is now easily accessible online on a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.


Hermitage Hill contracts with Augusta Free Press for web, marketing work

Hermitage Hill Farm and Stables in Augusta County has contracted Augusta Free Press for marketing and web work.


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Augusta Free Press building website for member of Virginia House of Delegates

Del. Sam Rasoul, a Democrat representing the 11th House District in the Virginia General Assembly, has contracted Augusta Free Press to build a new website linking his office to his constituents in Roanoke.


Bail bonds sites online with assist from Augusta Free Press

Bail bondsman Doug Wright has four new websites serving customers in the Valley and Central Virginia that were produced by Augusta Free Press.


Augusta Free Press builds new website for Tony’s Pizza

Tony’s Pizza, with locations in Fishersville, Va., and Staunton, Va., has a new website produced by Augusta Free Press.


Worthless: That’s a website that no one sees

A website designer introduced himself to me by posting a snarky comment on the Augusta Free Press Facebook page about the value of what I do for clients in web design.


Can blogging benefit your business strategy?

With Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and the rest, the first social media revolution, blogging, seems as relevant as a CB radio. But can you be overlooking something by thinking blogging is a thing of the past?


New Year’s Resolution: Get your business moving in 2014

It may be just a flip of the calendar, but we don’t tend to treat the New Year that way. The New Year brings with it the chance for new beginnings. That’s why we make New Year’s Resolutions, right? Just like we make resolutions for ourselves to exercise more, eat better, finally start writing that novel that you’ve always said you wanted to write, and that kind of thing, we make resolutions related to our businesses.


Golf pro John Rogers online with new website from Augusta Free Press

Lakeview Golf Club golf pro John Rogers has a new website online produced by Augusta Free Press. The site highlights Rogers’ work at Lakeview, located in Harrisonburg, and his instructional tips for golfers from his long-running golf column, Golf Things Considered.


Augusta Free Press puts wrap work on next Waynesboro YMCA magazine

Augusta Free Press and the Waynesboro Family YMCA just wrapped up another edition of the Y Magazine! The 16-page full-color magazine was designed in its entirety by AFP. AFP also worked with the Y to collect advertising from the community to run in the publication. Look for the Winter 2014 edition of the Y Magazine to hit newsstands and mailboxes around Dec. 30.


Augusta Free Press designs Roanoke Tribune ad for House candidate Sam Rasoul

Augusta Free Press LLC worked with Democratic candidate Sam Rasoul to produce a full-color ad to run in the Roanoke Tribune to promote his candidacy for House of Delegates. With a background in newspaper design, AFP was able to quickly turnaround an ad for the candidate to the newspapers’ specs.


Jake’s Bar and Grill has new promotional rack cards produced by AFP

Jake’s Bar and Grill hasn’t even opened their doors officially yet but they were eager to have a rack card in hand to promote the restaurant throughout the community. Augusta Free Press LLC worked with Jake’s owner Rhonda Winfield to design a two-sided full-color 4×9 rack card with a coupon for 10 percent off food purchases.


Augusta Free Press designs holiday cards for Vector Industries

Augusta Free Press LLC worked with Vector Industries to produce a holiday card to give out to clients this holiday season. The card featured faces of employees in a wreath design. The project took approximately two weeks to complete with multiple proofs. The end result landed in Vector’s hands today. “They are perfect, and it’s because I had such a capable person designing and running point on them,” said Chrissy Johnston, director of marketing.