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Broadmoor Wins Website Award

Posted February 7, 2002
The Broadmoor website ( just received a 2002-2003 Golden Web Award in the Sports and Recreation division. This Morgan training and breeding facility is owned by Mike Goebig and Dwayne Knowles of Kutztown, PA. The website is designed and maintained by Tony Brewer of Lebanon, PA.

Brewer is the author of a novel and several technology books, an international keynote speaker at educational conferences, teaches graduate classes online for Pepperdine University and is often referred to as the ‘Father of the Internet in Schools.’ He is currently preparing websites for several other Morgan farms. He is also one of the partners of the Brewer-Killian Committee, owners of such champions as CN The Valiant Touch, the 1999 Grand National Three-Year-Old Park Harness Mare and Gelding Champion.

The Golden Web Award is sponsored by the International Association of Web Masters and Designers. It is intended to recognize those websites that exhibit the highest level of design, functionality, and originality; while providing a service to the public without including any inappropriate content. Categories include: business, education, sports and recreation, retail, health and human services, technical, and personal.

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