Have you ever heard of Quench Buggy, the mobile water solution for outdoor festivals and events? Before long you’ll be seeing them in person as they ramp up their services and provide water for concerts and festivals all over North America.
What Quench Buggy Does
What Quench Buggy does is simple yet remarkable. Their water stations provide a safe, clean and mobile drinking water solution for sporting events and outdoor festivals alike, not matter how remote and secluded the destination.
Multiple on-board fountains and spigots provide easy access to clean, cool, fresh potable water in any physical environment. Everything from concerts and civic activities, to relief from natural events in remote locations.
What Quench Buggy Needed
Darryl Hindle, the owner and operator of the Quench Buggy fleet, wanted to take his start-up business to the next level. When he approached us he had little to no online presence at all. As such, he was in desperate need of a website that works in order to reach that next plateau. Darryl also needed editing abilities once the site was built so he could make adjustments and changes to the content as his business evolved.
Using Darry’s needs analysis, we site mapped and designed an effective CMS web presence for Quenchbuggy that looks great, but more importantly, performs well. Darryl’s inbox gets regularly filled with leads that his site generates.
Quench Buggy’s Feedback
Here’s what Darryl had to say about us on Quenchbuggy’s feedback survey:
“Canopy Media went above and beyond what I expected in terms of service and follow up. I look forward to telling anybody who needs this service about Canopy Media.”
And here’s what Quenchbuggy tweeted about us:
“@canopymedia… helping make websites simple and easy to manage. Contact them today.”
Don’t just take our word for it. Pop on over to the Quench Buggy website and take a look. Let us know what you think. Or, if you need some mobile water solutions for an upcoming event, visit the Quench Buggy site or contact Darryl directly for all your mobile water system needs.
And, if you’ve got the time, let us know what you think. We’d love to hear from you!