Press Release Summary = A Jamaican web designer is currently sourcing sponsors to help him revive and promote a fledging website about his beautiful hometown.
Press Release Body = For Immediate Release:
CONTACT: Nicholas Dixon Oceanroc Web Publishing Mandeville, Jamaica Phone: 876-325-4977 Oceanroc@Yahoo.com
Mandeville Website Seeks Sponsors
A Jamaican web designer is currently sourcing sponsors to help him revive and promote a fledging website about his beautiful hometown.
Mandeville, Man, January 29, 2007- Mandeville is one of the beautiful towns in Jamaica. Home to an estimated 50,000 people, Mandeville has benefited greatly from the nearby bauxite industry and also has the highest concentration of returning residents to Jamaica.
Located on a plateau 2000 ft. in the Don Figuero Mountains, Mandeville has grown leaps and bounds in the last twenty years and is a major center of commerce and business activities. Mandeville is unique in being the only parish capital in Jamaica that is not built on a plain or near the seacoast.
Celebrated for its salubrious climate, rolling hills and fabulous mansions, Mandeville is also home to the Northern Caribbean University. NCU is a melting pot of different nationalities and cultures from all over the world and is the only university located outside of the capital Kingston.
Several years ago, local web designer Nicholas Dixon created WWW.Oceanroc.com with the purpose of showcasing his hometown to the world. Oceanroc.com is the recipient of several awards and was popular amongst its users until it went offline in December 2005.
"My financial partner pulled out and I basically put the website in hibernation", says Nicholas. "I have been seeking sponsors but I have received mainly promises", continues Dixon when ask about plans to revive his website.
Before it went offline, Oceanroc.com received hundreds of visitors daily and had a popular guest book amongst other features but no pictures. That's right. The website had only content but the words used painted a unique picture of the town.
Mandeville is the birthplace of Jamaica's community based tourism and offers an attractive alternative to sea and sand. Crime is relatively low and though located in a rural setting, it boasts all the amenities of civic life.
For more information call 876-325-4977 or email Oceanroc@Yahoo.com
About: Nicholas Dixon is the Webmaster of Oceanroc Web Publishing and has written dozens of articles that are freely available online. He also publishes a newsletter and several blogs on a variety of topics that can be found by searching for his name on Google.com
Web Site = http://Oceanroc.com
Contact Details = Nicholas Dixon Oceanroc Web Publishing Mandeville, Jamaica Phone: 876-325-4977 Oceanroc@Yahoo.com