Web Site Survey Now Available!

To our enthusiastic website readers:

Our beloved website is showing her age. What happens when a website gets old? Well, it means the platform on which it runs is no longer being supported. In other words, the technology that makes the website work behind the scenes is becoming obsolete. That causes the site to experience technical glitches and be difficult to post content to. Perhaps the most significant issue for our aging website is that in its current version, it is completely ignored by google searches due to the fact that it’s not mobile responsive; and as more people utilize their mobile phones and tablets to visit our site, this is unacceptable. She had a good run in her present incarnation - she’s served us faithfully since 2008, and seven years in technology terms is positively elderly. The time to get current has arrived.


We’d like to take this opportunity to do more than simply revamp the website, however. We’d like to make some changes to both what we present and how we present it. We’ve got some juicy ideas and plans of our own but we want to make certain that we take into account you, the readers, needs, wants and preferences.

So let’s hear them! We’re actively seeking your input as we redesign our Association website. If you’d like your opinion to be considered in the process of envisioning our new website, fill out this survey:

Please click to be directed to our Web Site Survey.

We look forward to hearing your ideas - we want our website to be an important destination for Route 66 enthusiasts and people seeking information about our Association alike!

Thank you in advance for your input!
The Route 66 Association of Illinois Web Site Team

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