MSG Promotions, Inc. brought us on to create the online presence, marketing, signage, and the Adopt-A-Player® section for the 2009 U.S. Women’s Open Championship.
The 2009 U.S. Women's Open needed a website to not only deliver information to its attendees and volunteers, but to be a destination on the web for all golf players. The website had to be user friendly, speaking to a broad audience of attendees, volunteers, and fans.
A fresh design that was easy to navigate, find information, purchase tickets, sign up to volunteer, and participate in the Adopt-A-Player® Program.
A feature rich website that provided information to attendees, volunteers, fans, as well as involving over 100+ schools in the Adopt-A-Player Program.
We can’t begin to explain how positive an experience it was for us to work with Peer Pressure Creative on the 2009 U.S. Women’s Open. The quality of their work speaks for itself, but their willing attitude was just as valuable (if not more so). There are a good number of very talented people in the world but what sets Nick, Vik and Rob apart is the positive manner in which they approached each task and the sense of “team” that they exemplified.
The PPC guys were efficient, communicative and professional on every level. Their encouragement and advice – on everything from software tips to programming – was spot on. Thank you, Peer Pressure Creative. You helped us set a new standard for future championships!
- Mimi Griffin
Executive Director, 2009 U.S. Women's Open