The past three months of have been a time of unprecedented actions as businesses tried to make the best decisions for the health and safety of all in our community. However, there were still many of our partners who were hard at work launching their apps in an effort to reach their audiences in new ways. We are proud of the work all of our partners have done in the wake of mass changes to their way of doing business.
Here is a sample of our partners who launched their apps in the last three months:
This annual event is the premiere Music Festival and Rodeo in Nebraska. Held annually in June in North Platte, Nebraska. The event includes a variety of events held throughout the historic hometown of Buffalo Bill Cody. While the event’s original date of June was postponed, the featured event of the rodeo is still planned for later in the summer.
Featuring some of the best wineries, breweries, distilleries, artisan food vendors, crafts and food trucks in New York, the Adirondack Food & Wine Festival is held annually in Lake George. This year’s event was rescheduled for a beautiful Fall weekend at the food of the Adirondack Mountains in New York. The app includes maps, vendor listings, things to do in the area and more.
Created with Husker Soccer Coaches, the Nebraska Soccer Player Development app helps Husker soccer players reach their potential as a soccer player. The app provides access to lessons on individual techniques, physical conditioning, and tactical knowledge. To provide the materials to Husker Soccer players, access to lessons and videos is protected by passwords.
These county 4-H programs from Ohio and Georgia recently launched within the 4H Now app or as a stand-alone app. As all 4-H programs across the country, they saw their county programs greatly affected as they provide support to youth & volunteers. They have all found the apps as a way to dispense vital information and interactive engagement as they continue to provide activities for their members.
Originally launched to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Golden Gate Park in 2020, this app was a guide to both the yearlong celebration and the April 4, 2020, festivities. Plans for the celebration were postponed, but the Golden Gate Parks are preparing the app now to be used year-round for visitors to the park facilities.
A shopping mall located 20 minutes northeast of Nashville in Hendersonville, the app provides easy access to coupons, shop listings, interactive maps, leasing information, restaurant information, event calendars and information about the upcoming live-work-play community of Glenbrook Village.
One of a series of apps Grandstand is distributing for National Beer Wholesalers Association. This official app of the Associated Beverage Distributors of Nebraska allow members to view current regulations in Nebraska, search & view all members and distributors, submit questions to ABDNE, see upcoming events and stay on top of all industry news. The apps for NBWA have shown to be a great resource for members to keep current on beverage sales/distribution guidelines and more.
The Rocky Mountain Highway is a music collaborative that strives to bring the best roots music while supporting the local live music scene in the Colorado Springs, Colo., area. Annually, the collaborative hosts the MeadowGrass Music Festival in the Black Forest, just a few minutes East of Colorado Springs. This event is an outdoor, family-friendly event that was sadly canceled for 2020. The app will now be used to support the flourishing music scene in the local area.Partners