Testimonials: Property Values, Attractions, Health Network

by yourmapper on September 19, 2010

We’ve gotten a number of great testimonials from our clients recently, and wanted to share some of what they have said about our mapping services. Our government customers find GovMapper’s services to be affordable, fast, and easy to implement.

County-wide Property Values

“The ease and speed of putting interactive property maps on our PVA site was astounding. The return on investment was immediate, and it would have taken us a few months of work to achieve a similar result. The maps keep people returning to our site, and display our property values in a visually engaging way.”

Tony Lindauer, PVA, Jefferson County, KY

City Cultural Attractions

“GLI needed a map of all the arts and cultural attractions around the city, and we turned to Gov Mapper for the quick and easy solution. Your Mapper created an interactive map ready to launch the same day we provided the locations. The process was simple, and we couldn’t be happier to show citizens and visitors all Louisville has to offer in map form.”

Lauren Hardwick, Director, Business Networks, Greater Louisville Inc.

Statewide Health Network

HEN is a local non­-profit focused on working to elevate the Louisville, Kentucky, area as a location of choice for health-related businesses. The physical locations of our members and health industry businesses are very important. We turned to Your Mapper to take our raw information and turn it into a visual representation of the area’s health network. It was simple on our end, and the map on our site and marketing materials meets our goal of showing the strength of our health industry at-a-glance.”

Brittany Burdoine-Lewis, Marketing Coordinator, Health Enterprises Network

Non-Profit Education Classes

“The LVAA needed a map of our Children’s Fine Art Classes around the city, but didn’t have a lot of time or money to spend on it.  Your Mapper quickly gave us a map for our website, and it was easy and intuitive for us – no technical knowledge needed.  The public loves to see where the classes are in relation to their neighborhood, and uses the RSS feeds that tell them when the class schedules are updated.”
Mary Carlton, Communications Coordinator, Louisville Visual Art Association

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