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David Murdocca

David Murdocca, is an account executive for Atlantic Exhibits who actively engages with his clients to embrace an owner’s or executive manager’s perspective. As a Trade Show Specialist, David’s work ethic sets him apart from other marketing professionals who cannot relate as well to the financial aspects. David has a passion for the trade show industry that provides him with knowledge and relationships required to build upon his expertise. This passion drives him to simplify his client’s trade show experience, strengthen their brand, encourage more meaningful customer engagement and generate more quality sales leads.

David Murdocca has been assisting businesses in the trade show field to successfully and profitably market and sell their products and services for over twenty years. From prior positions as a general manager for a mid-sized company and an owner/president of a small business, David understands the importance of events. He has attended over 500 major trade shows, domestically and internationally and brings exhibit industry passion and expertise to any organization. His functional background has ranged from design consultant to trade show coordinator to senior exhibit consultant to director of sales to general manager and to president and owner of an exhibit house. David regularly attends shows to discover new industries and trends. He has presented hundreds of exhibit and event marketing seminars and interactive strategic planning workshops at venues ranging from board rooms to conference centers.

David Steele and Nichole Keiner from Intrada meet with David Murdocca in December of 2015 to discuss his idea to present himself as a Trade Show Consultant. This level of service and title was not fully developed in the industry and we needed to develop content that would support searches to present this to company owners and marketing managers. Trade shows are expensive and companies are looking to increase the return on this investment.

Intrada was asked to research and create a website presentation that would validate this level of services and provide continual support to build ranking and organic placement throughout key trade show searches online. David is using this new website to communicate with clients on a regular basic with articles, reviews from shows and continual improvement processes. David is also using Twitter at shows to meet new prospects and linking his activities with national and international events.

Website: www.DavidMurdocca.com

Launch: March 2016

Address: 4605 Brookfield Corporate Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151

Phone: 443-473-7696

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b2ap3_thumbnail_AHCFlogo.jpgThe Army Heritage Center Foundation, in cooperation with the U.S. Army and our other partners, serves as the lead agency supporting the development and expansion of the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC). The Center is being developed to preserve the memories of Soldiers and their Families, honor their service, and help educate the American public about the Army and its’ Soldiers’ contributions to the Nation.

The Foundation was incorporated in 1999 as the Military Heritage Foundation after Secretary of the Army Louis Caldera committed the Army to, “the establishment of an Academic Research Facility and Army Museum at the United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.” Since its establishment, the Foundation has been the catalyst in forging the unique public-private partnership that has advanced the Center. Then, after Secretary of the Army Thomas White announced the creation of the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in October 2001, the Foundation assumed doing business in the name of the Army Heritage Center Foundation. The intent of the name change was to more closely align the Foundation’s efforts to the development of the Center.

Intrada took over site management and support in 2008, when the site was not maintained correctly causing some security concerns. Working with the staff to stabilize and update different functions, allowed Intrada to learn more about the Army Heritage Center Foundation. A tour of the facility, including the education center and museum, was amazing.

Intrada was asked to research and create a solution to address the high bounce rate the site was receiving. Intrada also took this as an opportunity to upgrade the webstore and site to a responsive template supporting mobile friendly standards. The site launched in early December and staff is pleased with the new look and functions.

Website: www.armyheritage.org

Launch: December 2015

Address: 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle, PA 17013

Phone: 717-258-1102

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Jersey Shore Water AuthorityThe Jersey Shore Water System was a privately owned water system that got water from Aughanbaugh Run in the late 1800’s & early 1900’s. It supplied the open reservoir located near Bardo Avenue, in Porter Township. In the early 1900’s, the Oak Grove Railroad installed 10 miles of 16” water main from Jersey Shore to the Larry’s Creek Filter Plant in Anthony Township to service the railroad’s water requirements. The line was soon converted to a public water supply. The first water source was Roaring Run in 1913. In 1914, the Larrys Creek Filter Plant was constructed, becoming the main source of supply for the water system by serving 7-municipalities in 2-counties.

In 1983, the Jersey Shore Area Joint Water Authority was formed and the water system was purchased from General Water Works in May of 1984. The Authority undertook a comprehensive capital improvement plan which continues today. A few of the major capital projects include: Larry’s Creek Filter plant update with a new dam and intake on Larry’s Creek, replacement of the supply lines at the plant, the filter plant was retooled including the pipe gallery, filters and media; and a 750,000 gallon clear water tank to improve service.

Intrada began working with Jersey Shore Water Authority in 2007. To allow a quick response and resolution to water supply situations, Intrada added remote control monitoring and surveillance to each location combined with PRO-Active Network management to notify Jersey Shore Water Authority of any problems. Recently Jersey Shore Water Authority joined in a redesign and modernization of their website in conjunction with the Jersey Shore Boro. This supports the latest optimization concepts, content management tools and responsive design. This design requires high quality images and allows for a great presentation of the water authority grounds and facilities.

Website: www.JerseyShoreWater.com

Launch: November 2015

Address: 1111 Bardo Avenue Jersey Shore, PA 17740

Phone: 570-398-4625

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Erin Roush, Owner of FreshlifeFreshlife is the region's number one resource for quality supplements, fresh foods and products for all your health and wellness needs. It all started in 1981, when Barb Jarmoska opened a 700-square-foot health food store in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and called it Freshlife. In 1985, the store moved to the former Thompson's Produce Stand on the Golden Strip in Loyalsock Township. That building was torn down a decade later to allow construction of the store at 2300 East Third Street, now one of PA's largest independently owned natural products supermarkets.

During the first 30 years, Barb focused on educating the Williamsport community about natural health through her Road 2 Health radio program, FreshMail newsletter, Options magazine, and seminars and presentations to many civic and educational organizations. In 2013, Barb passed the Freshlife baton of ownership to Erin Roush, who previously served as the director of wellness services for almost a decade.

Today, Freshlife offers you everything natural from a vast array of quality supplements, to bulk groceries, made-to-order organic smoothies and nutrition counseling. Freshlife is here to educate and empower customers to work towards their overall wellness. Their trained wellness staff has a vast knowledge of body systems and their own specific area of wellness expertise. Together, they are a team that can bring you to your optimal level of health and wellness.

As we started working through the initial planning session with Erin and Jim, wellness coach and webmaster, we quickly realized there was a knowledge and passion their current website was not delivering. The main challenge was to blend this amazing staff with content that supports search engine placement. After several meetings, photo shoots, training sessions and content revisions, Freshlife launched a new e-commerce website using all the latest optimization strategies and content management. Combine this with a continual feed of content from their FreshNews, we are already seeing a rise in organic traffic.

We encourage you to visit the site and, if you’re in Williamsport, visit the store to browse the products and pick their brains. Whatever your health and wellness goals might be, Freshlife is available to help create a unique solution for you. Freshlife is a way of life.

Website: www.FreshLife.com

Launch: September 2015

Address: 2300 E 3rd Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

Phone: 570-322-8280

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Intrada is built on the premise that the management of information technology for business is like legal advice or accounting. It is not a do-it-yourself job.

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