It is with a sort of bitter sweet sentiment that we at RSMEDIA announce the launch of the new and last website for The Showmen. These classy gentlemen have been with us from our very beginning years ago when they entrusted us to create one of the several websites we created for them over the years. And every one was a pleasure to create because of the “carte blanche” they would always give us. We’ve always had a symbiotic relationship with them probably because of all of our musician backgrounds and so trust was never an issue. We actually go back a long way, and long before it even dawned on us to make websites when our own musical careers were our only focus and we hadn’t even imagined how happy we’d be doing something other than music. Yet here we are announcing your final website all these years later.
A 50 year musical career is a milestone meant only for the great ones and it’s with that sentiment that I (Robert Santos) and Frank Saragosa would like to thank you for not only being one of our oldest and longest standing clients but even more importantly for being our good friends for even longer. To any of our other clients reading this The Showmen were an institution, They were the bar by which all others in their domain aspired to reach. If you ever were lucky enough to attend an event hosted by them you’d know what I’m talking about.
We wish you the best of luck in whatever you wish to undertake now.
Special thanks to Robert Diodati and Mario Pampena for being the definition of a class act.
Big Hugs to you.
Our world is facing a very serious challenge with the spread of the coronavirus, but there is hope on the horizon. Businesses have been greatly impacted as the economy has taken a hit. Grocery stores have been left with empty shelves while restaurants are like ghost towns.
As a business owner, you’re likely looking for ways to survive the wave that has Canadians shifting their budgets. If you’re following the constant news updates about the coronavirus, you’re likely wondering if we’ll ever be able to leave our homes again.
But this situation isn’t going to last forever. And your business isn’t closing. As one medical expert said on the news last night, “it’s going to get worse before it gets better.” But don’t overlook the end of that quote: It’s going to get better.
Want proof? Look no further than where the coronavirus started.
According to CNN, China is lifting travel restrictions and life is returning to normal. The coronavirus outbreak has largely been contained across China with lock downs lifted and employees returning to work. China reported only 20 new cases Sunday. That’s a huge contrast to February when China reported thousands of new infections a day.
Even better news came Thursday, when China marked a milestone. For the first time since December, China had no new domestic cases of coronavirus to report.
Canada is about six to eight weeks behind China in the spread of the virus. If the trend holds, Canada should also see a dramatic decrease in positive tests sometime around May maybe even late April .
This should only be a small interruption for your business. And when normalcy does return soon, you don’t want to be left behind your competitors in a race to regain any potential lost revenue.
At a time when much has come to a standstill, business owners need to keep pushing forward with the reality that they will need to be positioned for a strong financial second half of 2020 to meet their revenue goals.
What you don’t want to do now is come to a grinding halt with your digital marketing efforts, That would be a mistake and a complete waste of the time and resources you’ve already poured into your business to gain traction in a crowded online marketplace. You would lose ground to your competitors and put your business in a position to fail in the second half of 2020 when — by all indications — we will have moved past this unfortunate coronavirus outbreak.
If you have any reservations on how to market during these special times we understand and that is why we are available to discuss with you how to go about this.
Stay safe and we shall all make it through this soon enough
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Without further ado, We invite you to visit the new website !
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