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Constructionbiz.org is a New Web-Based Company Helping the Construction Industry Recover.

Las Vegas, NV, January 18, 2011 --(PR.com)-- www.constructionbiz.org is a new service that was launched in December 2010, for a 2011 roll-out. In the first trial month, before they were fully operational, company representatives indicated that the site experienced over 5,000 hits, and generated a lot of interest. The Las Vegas Business Press, on December 13, 2010, published an article touting the idea as one of the top ten business plans for 2011.

The concept of www.constructionbiz.org is simple. In the past construction has been a regionalized business. However, the recent down-turn in the construction market has forced firms to become broader, and seek recourses in areas they are not accustomed to working. www.constructionbiz.org offers contractors links to project bidding opportunities, as well as suppliers, subcontractors, and recourses that they otherwise would have difficulty locating.

As an advertiser on www.constructionbiz.org your services will be listed and available to these companies coming into your area. Currently marketing avenues are to those customers that you already know, because there is no other avenue to market to companies that are not yet in your area. www.constructionbiz.org solves that problem.

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