ST. JOHN’S, Antigua (August 22, 2018) – Team Antigua Island Girls is pleased to salute GProductionsOnline, one of the sponsors providing invaluable in-kind service to the team.
The homegrown firm owned and managed by Gamal Goodwin, at its own expense, designed the team’s websites and continues to host, manage and do everything pertaining to the site.
The domain name registration and website hosting (online storage) are done by GProductionsOnline. A local company. The website showcases the team, their individual photos, crewmembers’ bios and the charity they represent, Cottage of Hope.
The website features live photo and video updates from the team. It displays news and press releases about the team’s preparations and donations and adapts to fit any device screen.
Additionally, the website is equipped to accept donations via credit, debit card and bank wire.It uses Secure SSL Encryption to safeguard donors’ credit card details. GProductions provides ongoing after-service, in the form of website updates, allowing the team to focus on rowing.
“Gamal didn’t hesitate to say yes when we asked for his assistance, and without fanfare, he and his team put their expertise to work for our campaign free of cost. We are grateful for the ongoing support from this talented, professional outfit, and we want the world to know how instrumental they are to our team and how competent they are,” crew member Kevinia Francis said.
Goodwin, Chief Executive Officer of GProductionsOnline, said the participation of Team Antigua Island Girls in the 2018 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge is a national effort.
“Designing and developing the website for Team Antigua Island Girls is an extreme pleasure. The website we created is user-friendly, modern, and loaded with technology. It allows for secure online donations, and users will be able to track the team’s progress as they train, and as they complete the race. I’m very proud of our Island Girls for their bravery and their drive for excellence. My company is more than happy to donate our web services to assist them,” Goodwin said.