MWW Launches

Montague WebWorks grows its line of community and business portals


Montague WebWorks has moved fully into Greenfield with its premier website — launched especially for the community calendar and business listings in addition to the popular corkboards, as well as offering web space for all non-profit organizations in town.

Said founding partner Patrick Davis "the time for Greenfield to have an open community calendar and a space for local organizations to post their news and goings-on has come. We welcome Greenfield to the family and hope we can grow together to make this THE destination for what''s happening in Greenfield."

"Additionally" added Michael Muller, "businesses in Greenfield probably need a low-cost venue for reaching the community of residents willing to post to and use a community-based online calendar. We are offering free online Google-friendly business cards, and low-cost banner ads to underwrite the calendars." joins the growing line of local community websites hosted by Montague webWorks, including their flagship community site, created in October of 1999, the website for the five colleges, and the amazing where you can find over 32,000 newspaper articles dating from 1870. MWW is also working with John DeWitt to launch in March, and will also be launching a major local-music-scene website for the Hampshire County area the same month.

For more information on Montague WebWorks and their line of webware products and community portals, contact Mik at (413) 320-5336 or visit the contact page on their website:

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