The Simpler Group Updates Youth Baseball Organization’s Online Presence
Dallas, TX –The Dallas Patriots Organization has an unprecedented track record in player and coaching staff retention, and every member of the team is held to the highest standard of conduct both on and off of the field. So, it’s no surprise that the organization has teamed up with The Simpler Group, LLC to better showcase their impressive statistics and exceptional team members through their new Web site.
The Dallas Patriots emphasize integrity, morals, discipline and the mental and physical aspects of the game of baseball. By updating their Web site with The Simpler Group, the Dallas Patriots have made their achievements and players more visible to a wide Web audience – drawing in potential players and coaches, while spotlighting their contributions to the community’s youth.
Founder of The Dallas Patriots, Logan Stout, says “Brenda Simpler and her team have developed the best Web site I’ve ever seen in youth sports. Their responsiveness, attention to detail, and creativity far exceeded our expectations.” Coach Stout goes on to say, “I would recommend The Simpler Group to EVERYONE looking to improve their image on the Web!”
Brenda Simpler from The Simpler Group noted, “Working with the Dallas Patriots to define their goals for a successful site that was robust in functionality as well as visually appealing required the entire team’s skill sets. By taking a milestone approach and communicating at each stage of the project, we were able to produce a site the Dallas Patriots are proud of. It is always a pleasure to help an organization that has such a positive impact on our local community.”
About The Dallas Patriots
The Dallas Patriots Organization was founded by Logan Stout in 2000. The Patriots coaching staff is comprised of some of the finest and most respected coaches in select baseball. The Dallas Patriots coaching staff productivity speaks volumes, as the Dallas Patriots continue to win at all age levels, on a regular basis. The Dallas Patriots have won league, state, regional, and World Series Championships year in and year out. They believe each player should represent himself in a way that honors himself, his family, his peers, his teammates, and most importantly, his Maker.