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TXAD helps campground rebound with new website

TXAD helps campground rebound with new website

CROWLEY, Texas — The Vineyards Campground and Cabins in Grapevine, Texas, has experienced many trials this year, but that hasn’t kept this park from surging back into the campground industry.

Devastating floods ravaged the park, which forced the operators to close down and administer repairs. Conditions began to improve and a reopening date was set. But that wasn’t in the cards as another flood hit Grapevine and caused even more damage.

Many parks would give up, but Vineyards is a true example of perseverance and vitality, a press release from TXAD Internet reported. After months of repair Vineyards opened its doors to the public again with a brand new website and message.

“We are really happy we went with TXAD because they really listened to what we, the customer, wanted, and they were willing to do what it took to make it happen to our satisfaction,” says Randy Sell of The Vineyards. “We’ve had great feedback on the new look and functionality of the new site. We’re really happy with it.”

Walker and the team at TXAD enjoyed the photos on Vineyards’ previous site, but they were too small and didn’t present the campground’s beauty, the release stated.

“We made the site fully responsive and rebranded the park to establish a high-class, sleek aesthetic,” Walker says. “Now the website is much more indicative of what the park has to offer.”

The Vineyards is currently upgrading buildings, pavilions and the playground to open to full capacity, all of which will be documented on their new website.

Visit for more information.

SOURCE: TXAD Internet press release

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Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

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