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Arrow Stage Lines launches new website

Posted on June 4, 2015

Omaha, Neb.’s Arrow Stage Lines announced the launch of a new website, featuring a number of elements designed to enhance the customer browsing experience.

A number of the new enhancements include graphical parallax components for a visually streamlined experience, regional specific responsive quick quoting systems with dynamic pre-fill vehicle options and a multi-channel consumer-sales communication structure, robust photography, enhanced job posting areas and more.

“It is important for Arrow Stage Lines to have a strong web presence and I am thrilled to see the forward direction of the website,” said Arrow Stage Lines COO, Luke Busskohl. “The conceptual process and design of this site has been intense, and I am excited to deliver this new site to our clients.”

Arrow Stage Lines has been developing the site for over three months, in phase one.

“We approached this build outside-of-the-box,” said Arrow Stage Lines VP, Marketing, Brandon Osborn. “We pulled inspiration from a variety of multimedia channels, various brands and leveraged some unique technology and coding, to deliver an enhanced UX to our clients.”

Arrow Stage Lines has announced phase two will begin development in July with the addition of more interactive pages and enhanced dynamic platforms.

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