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St. Leonard’s Selects tbk for Website Development Contract

London, ON, March 12, 2019 – Through a competitive procurement process, St. Leonard’s Community Services (SLCS) selected tbk as the agency of record to develop its new corporate website and stakeholders communications portal.

SLCS has provided residential and non-residential community services to the London and Region criminal justice system since 1969. With approximately 120 staff, the registered charity owns and operates four residential group homes and one community programs centre.

“St. Leonard’s has served the London and region community dutifully and creating a modern digital presence will help us continue to do so” said Michael Oates, Executive Director, St. Leonard’s Community Services Executive Director. “By partnering with tbk, we are certain that St. Leonard’s new website will create an effective platform to increase awareness and better our communication with those we serve.”

“St. Leonard’s is an important community agency in London,” said Andrew Schiestel, President, tbk. “It’s an honour for tbk to support St. Leonard’s in helping so many lives be better.”

SLCS’s new corporate website and stakeholder communications portal will be built on WordPress and is scheduled for completion this year.

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About tbk

At 39 team members, founded in 2010, and based in London, ON., tbk is a company that helps other companies successfully compete. They do this through producing some of Canada’s most effective web design, branding, digital marketing and marketing software solutions. For four consecutive years (2016-2019), Consumer Choice Award has named tbk Top Web Design Provider in London. They are also the makers of the web accessibility software, AODA Online, which has serviced over 1,000 corporate users. To learn more visit, tbkCreative.com.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Andrew Schiestel
President, tbk Creative
519-657-1465 ext. 44
Andrew@tbkCreative.com

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