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The Wine Association recieve web training

By Emma Kae - 29th November 2001 - Back to News

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ABOVE: Wine Association members recieve valuable website training. Pictured FRONT: Kath Hardiker (Cannibal Creek Vineyard); Helen & John Farrington (Wild Dog Winery); REAR: Owen Schmidt (Lyre Bird Hill Winery); Tony trainer extraordinaire; Roger Cutler (Bass Valley Estate);Helen Holley & David Packham (Holley Hill Vineyard).

The Wine Association is the source of Gippsland’s finest wine. Members consist of the collaboration of local wineries that wish to offer local and global markets a taste of the best Gippsland has to offer.

The Wine Association, looking to open the door to a potentially larger market have gone beyond being bricks and mortar based to a virtual experience, with their great website.

Now proving their merit on-line, the website offers information on the wines on offer, the Gippsland region and local attractions. Users can even purchase wine online through a safe and easy system.

The Wine Association spent last Sunday in the Messenger training room, learning how to place and process the orders that they receive through the website.

They had over a hour in the Internet Training Room where they we learning how to edit their shopping cart list and how to process orders. The newly initiated Wine Association are now able to maintain, add, edit, and delete content as necessary.

The monthly meeting was also held in the GRREN Inc building, the highlight of which was the pizza that came afterward, and the wine that was passed around throughout.



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