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Posted on: August 28, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Lake Granbury Conference Center Launches Website

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The Lake Granbury Conference Center (LGCC) has officially launched, a website devoted to focusing on the user experience and make event planning at the facility more streamlined. The new site features a beautiful design, customized content, high-quality video, and 360-degree views of the facility along with user-focused functions.

The brand-new website compliments the LGCC’s other recent updates, including a new logo, marketing materials, name change, and upcoming audio/visual system upgrades.

On the website, customers can view floorplans, seating capacities, audio/visual services, and all other details that event planners need to know when choosing an event space. The website also has a built in virtual tour of the LGCC and answers to frequently asked questions.

“The future is very bright at Lake Granbury Conference Center,” LGCC Operations Manager Kyle Smith said, “This website will not only be beneficial to Lake Granbury Conference Center staff, but also to meeting and event planners, convention and conference administrators, and business executives.”

The website launch for LGCC was included in the City’s 2017-18 fiscal year budget. Staff researched and met with several potential web design companies before choosing GreenFox Marketing located in Granbury.

Lake Granbury Conference Center offers over 20,000 square feet of rentable space for conferences, conventions, weddings, and many other types of events. The facility is conveniently located right on Lake Granbury, near the historic Granbury Square and local hotels and bed and breakfasts.

Come out to the LGGC (621 E. Pearl St.) on Saturday, October 6 for 10 At The Lake, a free music festival complete with a scenic view of Lake Granbury and 10 different music artists and bands to celebrate the LGCC’s 10th birthday. Shows begin at noon and run until 10:30 p.m. Join the event conversation at Learn more about 10 At The Lake here.

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