Wake Forest Renaissance Centre Launches New Website

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01/06/2014

The Town of Wake Forest is pleased to announce the launch of a website dedicated exclusively to the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre. Located at www.wakeforestnc.gov/renaissance-centre.aspx, the site is designed as a full service portal for patrons, clients and guests to Wake Forest’s newest cultural arts and event venue. 

The website includes a sleek design and user-friendly features to enhance each visitor’s experience. Useful information is systematically organized and provided in a convenient drop-down menu that includes the following topical headings: 

  • Tickets & Events
  • Rental Information
  • Classes & Workshops
  • Plan Your Visit
  • Support
  • About Us 

The homepage features a prominent slideshow spotlighting several recent Renaissance Centre guests and special events, as well as the venue’s beauty and versatility. The site makes it easy to find information on the Centre’s mission, cultural programming and venue rental fees and charges, as well as opportunities to volunteer and provide individual and sponsorship support. In the coming days rental documents, downloadable floor plans and technical specifications for anyone planning an event will also be provided, along with a comprehensive listing of amenities. 

In addition, several multi-media experiences are offered, including videos and a photo gallery, along with an event calendar that lists specific performances and upcoming events. Patrons can also purchase tickets any time day or night through wakeforestnc.gov/renaissance-centre.aspx. 

According to Renaissance Centre Manager Pamela Stevens, the new website is designed to showcase the facility, as well as the diversity and quality of its programs. It is also intended to encourage guests to take advantage of all the Centre has to offer. 

“We recognize that our website will be the first place many people go for information on our programming and facilities, so we recognize how important it is for us to make a positive first impression,” said Stevens. 

“By providing our visitors with a useful tool that makes it easy for them to find the information they need and purchase tickets we are effectively improving our visitors’ overall experience.” 

For more information about the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, visit www.wakeforestnc.gov/renaissance-centre.aspx or contact Pamela Stevens at 919-435-9566 or pstevens@wakeforestnc.gov.