CINCINNATI, Oct. 5, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Organized Living, a leading manufacturer of home storage systems, launches their newly designed website. The branded website includes all-new interactive features and a stunning, mobile-friendly design.
Organized Living's new website and professional pages highlight an exquisite, responsive platform. Multifamily professionals can utilize the free tools available such as closet design guides, the 3D Online Design Tool and information about the programs and support available.
The new website will help Multifamily professionals understand how important upgraded storage spaces are to today's residents. From product line brochures to case studies, users will have everything at their fingertips.
"Multifamily professionals will visit the site and learn more about the storage and organization category and the value it brings to their properties and to their residents," said Theresa Finnigin, Director of Marketing at Organized Living. "Our new website is set to inform and inspire all Multifamily professionals on our unmatched products, programs and support and will give them a clear path to connecting with an Organized Living team member."
The new OrganizedLiving.com officially launched September 26, 2016. Visit www.OrganizedLiving.com/multifamily to learn more about how storage and organization can improve your business.
About Organized Living
Organized Living brings superior storage and organization to the world through strong products, strong people and strong brand, helping people organize their lives. From the closet to the kitchen to the garage, Organized Living offers high-quality, innovative storage and organization products that make everyday life easier and sells through professionally installing dealers, retailers and online retailers. www.OrganizedLiving.com.
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CONTACT: Rebecca Nocheck Marketing Coordinator 513.277.3750 email@example.com Twitter: @organizedliving
Source: Organized Living