Girard, Lisa
August 2005
Home Channel News;8/22/2005, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p32
Reports on the launching of Orgill.com, the Internet portal of Memphis, Tennessee-based house construction equipment and supplies distributor Orgill. Features of the Web site; Technologies use of the company to develop the site; Advantages of accessing the Web site; Services for customers.


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