Rayco announces their new, responsive, mobile-ready website.
The project was awarded to Westmoreland Worldwide, an advertising company that began developing websites when the internet began. Westmoreland Worldwide, or W3 specializes in the development of custom responsive sites and the marketing that delivers viewers.
Rayco’s new site incorporates new photography by W3, custom programmed online forms and an integrated inventory database. “The site looks great on my desktop as well as my mobile,” said Michael Budjnoski, owner of Rayco.
The website showcases Rayco’s impeccable facility. The new interactive photo gallery highlights Rayco’s hi-tech showroom and auto photography station along with shots of their immaculate service areas.