Intrepid Innovations, Simple Solutions, Teaming Up on Web Presence

Feb. 19, 2010

Muskego, Wisconsin - February 19, 2010 - Intrepid Innovations Inc., a firm specializing primarily in Web and graphic design, Internet marketing, and copy writing, and Simple Solutions, a general contractor, jointly announced today a long-term deal that will enhance Simple Solutions' Web presence. Details of the agreement reached by the two Muskego-based businesses were not made public.

 

"We're very pleased to be able to work with Simple Solutions on building for it a solid Web presence that will very shortly prove to be an investment that will pay out significant dividends for many years to come," Intrepid Innovations' president, Aaron S. Robertson, said, noting that much of the project will entail copy writing and search engine optimization.

 

A fully-insured general contractor with several fully-equipped locations servicing all of metro-Milwaukee and surrounding southeastern Wisconsin counties, Simple Solutions is capable of handling a wide array of indoor and outdoor tasks and projects, including: concrete patios, sidewalks, and drives; hardscaping pavers and retaining walls; custom decks and restoration; bobcat grading and backhoe excavating; hole auguring in 12", 18", and 42"; snowplowing, salting, stacking, and removal; trucking from single axle on up to quad axle; roofing, siding, seamless gutters, and windows; doors and garage doors; all flooring, drywall, and remodeling; and lawn cutting, fall cleanups, and aerations.

 

To learn more about Simple Solutions, visit: http://www.simplesolutionguys.com .

 

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Intrepid Innovations Inc.

P.O. Box 151

Muskego, WI 53150

Phone : 414-418-2278

http://www.boldlyinnovative.com

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