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The New CresseyPerformance.com

Written on February 14, 2010 at 8:00 am, by Eric Cressey

I’m really fired up today to announce that our new website is now live at www.CresseyPerformance.com.

This site is a lot more representative of our facility than the old one, for sure, but it’s also going to become a “destination” for CP clients and those looking for “info-tainment,” as my business partner Pete will be regularly updating a blog at the new site about the goings-on at the facility.  There are still a few things we need to add, but for the most part, this thing is ready to go.  Let’s just say that you’ll probably be able to live vicariously through this blog if you’re too far away to actually become a regular client of Cressey Performance!  So, be sure to subscribe to the blog while you’re over there.

It’s been something we’ve been meaning to do for quite some time, and it would not have come to the fruition without the help of CP client Tim Roy and his incredible team at Dynamic Diagrams, an internationally-recognized studio that has provided services to clients such as Hewlett-Packard, Sirius Satellite Radio, the Getty Museum, and the World Health Organization.  Dynamic Diagrams did an excellent job bringing this new site to life and we are very appreciative of their support – and have quickly become “raving fans.”  And the only part of the bargain we have to keep is no sessions on the Prowler for the next two months for Tim and his wife!

Check them out at www.DynamicDiagrams.com.

4 Responses to “The New CresseyPerformance.com”

  1. Deborah Says:

    Congrats to CP and the design team on the new site. It is excellent.

  2. Carl Says:

    Awesome job on the site bud

  3. Howard Gray Says:

    The website looks good, and great idea to put more than one blog in the same place. I take it your own personal blog will also now be posted on the new site?

  4. Mark Young Says:

    The new site looks sick! The layout and navigavtion is excellent and very visually appealing.

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