Category Archives: Website Development

Wildrose Kennels new website launch

Cedar Hills has worked with Mike and Cathy Stewart at Wildrose Kennels for over 15 years.   Based in Oxford, Mississippi Wildrose Kennels was recently featured on the cover of Forbes magazine. It illustrates just how successful the Stewart's training program has been received all over the country. We recently designed a new website to help market…
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RussellGraves.com web development

Cedar Hills has worked with the incredibly talented outdoor photographer Russell Graves on several projects. We took his existing website and branded to match the look and feel of his style of photography. If you get a chance to visit his site you will be amazed at his photos. Great stuff! www.russellgraves.com

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Website Development: Union Sportsmen’s Alliance

We have been working with the USA folks on a new website design and development. The project was focused on building the USA brand and developing a website for the USA member base.

The USA is a one-of-a-kind, hunting and fishing association of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) and its trade union partners, exclusively for conservation-minded union members, retirees and their families that hunt, fish and appreciate the outdoors.

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Website Development for Tecomate Wildlife Systems

We've worked with Tecomate Wildlife for over 3 years and helped establish their web presence with the re-launch of their website www.tecomate.com as well as their online storefront at http://store.tecomate.com. Tecomate currently has the #1 rated outdoor show on the Versus network. The mission of Tecomate Wildlife has always been to inform, equip and assist…
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Web Development for Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch

We developed a new website for the Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch (R.P.Q.R.R.). Their missions is “To provide land managers, and other stakeholders, with timely, relevant technology and management schemes for enhancing quail populations in the Rolling Plains of Texas. To sustain Texas’ wild quail hunting heritage for this and future generations.”

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