The Anchor, a SoHo bar and nightclub catering to celebrities and local hipsters, is planning a new and stronger online presence according to owner, Jason Lagarenne.
New York, NY (WiredPRNews.Com) — Jason Lagarenne, owner of The Anchor, a trendy Manhattan bar and nightclub that caters to locals, as well as the rich and famous, has announced that his bar’s website is about to get a makeover, with a custom design that better represents this popular watering hole.
“With our upscale clientele and a commitment to offering one of the most unique nightlife experiences in Manhattan, we recognized the need to boost our online presence and embark upon a complete custom redesign of our existing website, said Mr. Lagerenne.
The Anchor is not your typical venue; this watering hole was established to break all the rules of an increasingly stagnant NYC nightlife scene. The Anchor provides hassle-free service with a professional, friendly staff enabling good times with a hip twist. Located in the heart of SoHo on Spring and Greenwich, The Anchor will soon become your “home away from home”. It’s the best-kept secret in the city, where celebrities mingle with locals and a great time is had by all.
To achieve a stronger online appearance, The Anchor has hired dzine it, inc. (http://www.dzineit.net), a New York-based leader in web development, to not only create a new “look,” but to enhance its site with online and boost its search engine rankings.
“In addition to a new and exciting custom design, we are looking to achieve maximum search engine placement,” said Mr. Lagerenne, “and offer our visitors an exciting new multimedia experience.”
About The Anchor
Established in 2007, The Anchor has become a favorite among celebrities including Prince, Madonna, Lindsay Lohan, Lebron James, Jay-Z, John Mayer, Bill Murray, Kanye West, Britney Spears, and Justin Timberlake, all of whom have been spotted at the Anchor. Located in the heart of SoHo, at Spring and Greenwich, The Anchor is not just a hangout for the celebrity set, but for scores of local hipsters who know that it is the place to see and be seen.