Monday, March 10, 2008 “community webspace” for each town in America

What Company Is Offering:
AmericanTowns is a national network of community-based websites where residents can find and share local information. For every town in America, AmericanTowns has created a “community webspace” that brings together the nation's most extensive online database of community events, community groups, news, local resources and special tools for organizations. Dedicated to connecting citizens, community organizations and locally-focused businesses and strengthening the bonds of our nation's communities, AmericanTowns has featured more than 10 million community events in the last 12 months, and offers powerful tools to help more than 120,000 listed community organizations interact more effectively with local citizens.

Recent Updates: raised the bar in the hyperlocal space by launching a new version of This version, which features a new and unique “community webspace” for each town in America, lets local residents find and share an unprecedented combination of local information: community events, local news, train schedules, charitable organizations, local videos, farmers’ markets, jobs, real estate, privacy protection, “sales and savings,” local services and a host of online and previously offline community resources.

Each “community webspace” is accessible at and features new content, new partners, a new user interface and a new technology framework - all built on AmericanTowns’ established strength in community events and other hyper-local information.

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Caroline Langley

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