Our mission is to create websites which service small towns and communities. We are based out of Salmon, Idaho and started our business with the website salmonidaho.com. It was Salmon that inspired our first efforts. We were sitting in the coffee shop one day, having a warm cup and thinking, 'Wouldn't it be cool if there was a website that looked just like our town. With buildings, and streets that you could drive around with the click of a mouse.' We put the first site together with Microsoft Front Page! Businesses around town loved it.
In managing that site we learned that small communities have a dynamic need for representative websites. The needs of small towns are different from large cities and are well served by friendly, easy-to-navigate virtual towns.
Our business plan is based on the idea that people who live in small towns, and who are interested in visiting small towns, love these towns. So we attempt to make our website representative of each town's look and feel. We do this by providing colorful links to local businesses which look like the building where that business operates. Our websites become virtual towns on the web with Streets and Avenues where a browser can shop.
Wayne is the backbone of the Townstate Corporation team. In this group of geeks he is the most outgoing, and our friendliest link to our communities. In fact, it was Wayne who first walked up and down the streets of Salmon handing out the brochures for our websites and signing up our first customers. Wayne is an active community member, and a member of the Salmon Urban Development committee which is involved in beautifying our downtown river section. If you should join one of our communities you will have fun getting to know Wayne.
Connie lives behind the scenes at Townstate Corporation with her nose, usually, buried deep in a computer. She's the one that will make sure your house gets drawn right, and will put your link up on the website. Connie is also the one who runs all the knitting websites you'll bump into in our town sites. We use these for testing various web optimizations strategies.
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