When the Historic Odessa Foundation recently launched the first Historic Odessa Brewfest we looked no further than 4x3, LLC to develop an event website and manage the Facebook page. Having worked with their very able design team to create the museum website we already knew they were our choice for this exciting new venture. The result… a successful event that attracted thousands of brewing enthusiasts from all over the region. Thank you 4x3 — we are looking forward to working with you next year on the second annual Odessa Brewfest!
Historic Odessa Foundation
The Odessa Brewfest is a fundraiser for the Historic Odessa Foundation, which maintains the homes and gardens of Odessa, Del. The beer festival website, built in Drupal, boasts a dynamic home page slideshow, easy-to-navigate news, purchasing information and the Field of 64 BrewBracket, an interactive online promotion inviting social media followers to vote on and share their favorite craft beers.
Odessa Brewfest: festival marketing, design and event promotion
Beer lovers follow the progress of the "tournament" on our custom-built BrewBracket page, featuring contest and brewery information. The brewfest website was built and is now maintained by 4x3 for the annual beer festival, the Odessa Brewfest. 4x3 manages all the event promotion and social media marketing for the Brewfest.
Historic Odessa Foundation
The Historic Odessa Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to the preservation of the restored Historic Houses of Odessa, Delaware. In addition to the Brewfest site, 4x3 created a dynamic site to showcase their buildings and extensive collection of historic treasures. Find out more about the Historic Odessa Foundation Website »
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...or visitor attendance! Our non-stop event promotion across a variety of platforms leading up to the festival rewarded Historic Odessa with a record in ticket pre-sales compared to previous years.
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For the 4th year in a row 4x3 has proudly marketed the annual Odessa Brewfest. Through a custom-designed website, social media and content marketing we helped the Historic Odessa Foundation invite hundreds of visitors as they enjoyed award-winning craft beer, gourmet food, local craft vendors, live music, and historical demonstrations on the beautiful grounds of the 1769 Warner-Wilson house in Odessa, Delaware.
4x3 has been a long time partner with the Historic Odessa Foundation. So when we were approached in 2014 with the chance to market their newest fundraising event - the Odessa Brewfest - we jumped at the chance.
The 1st Annual Odessa Brewfest was a huge success. The festival fulfilled its promise for great beer, food and music in a beautiful outdoor setting. It was a truly unique event and a great fundraiser for the Historic Odessa Foundation.
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We at 4x3 were proud to be part of the team behind the Odessa Brewfest. We’ve been there from the beginning, helping connect the festival to the world with a custom-designed website, email marketing and social media.
The first annual Historic Odessa Brewfest, held Sept. 6, 2014, was a huge success. Over 1400 visitors enjoyed gourmet food and spirits, local artisan crafts, historical demonstrations and award-winning ales, stouts, lagers, cider and Belgian brews from 47 craft brewers.
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The 1st Annual Odessa Brewfest was a huge success in my book. The festival fulfilled its promise—great beer, food and music in a beautiful setting with lots of positive vibes and a party atmosphere. It was a truly unique event and a great fundraiser for the Historic Odessa Foundation.
The Odessa Brewfest is coming to the historic village of Odessa, Del. on Sept. 6, but we at 4x3 have been pretty heavily invested in the event for a while. Back in April, we launched the brewfest website, which is very cool (props to Web designer Rachel Schmitz).
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