Traditionally the Marinierskazerne Savaneta Aruba, home to Her Majesty’s the Dutch Corps Mariniers hosts an open house on Queen’s Birthday with demonstrations, a flea market and fund raising benefiting the local community.
The Aruban military and coast guard both attract many families that day for an informative fun experience, and this year, one of the most popular exhibitors was the group representing ArubaBestPages, the new website launched just a few days ago.
The team of ArubaBestPages, Theo Valize and Joa Beke, showed off their breakthrough website based on Google-Earth images, which show every street address and every house number in Aruba.
The team invited visitors to the website on-line, and explained that is was designed to provide a free island guide, a business directory and an address finder for both locals and visitors.
The new website stirred a lot of interest and guests were surfing the net, right at the camp, in the shade under the camouflage nets.
Valize stated that everyone is welcome to www.ArubaBestPages.com, which is available for individual registration and business owners.
After the initial on-line registration takes off, he added, the web site will launch a mobile version for hand-held devices, a Papiamento version, and create the ability to connect to personal links such as face book and my space, and also include GPS navigation.
ArubaBestPages was developed by Milo v/d Linden and Theo Valize, of Innova NV, the logo was conceived by Janet Konings, inspired by the Aruban flag.
The sales team is made up of Joa Beke and Angelica Reppas, email@example.com or tel.: 593 8686. You may find anything from a real estate agency to hotels and rum shops on www.ArubaBestPages.com