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Terre Haute Business To Host Open House, Ribbon Cutting for New Endeavor

Terre Haute, Ind. – A newly formed Terre Haute web development business will host an open house and ribbon cutting on Tuesday, May 24 at 11am.

Thomas M. Manson, the owner of both POLICE TECHNICAL and the newly established BISHOP SOLUTIONS will welcome members of the Terre Haute Chamber for drinks and a light lunch on the lawn of his business, located at 661 Poplar Street, just across Poplar Street from the Public Library.

BISHOP SOLUTIONS was created as a subsidiary of POLICE TECHNICAL, for the purpose of supporting web development solutions for non-law enforcement clients. Manson explains that BISHOP SOLUTIONS products are designed to provide clients with professional web solutions which improve business process.

“One thing that we noticed was that Terre Haute had no full service web development entity; lots of individuals that were doing bits and pieces of things, but no one was a development company. We looked at it from a business development side because all of our products have been business development,” he says of his already highly successful company in POLICE TECHNICAL.

Since launching last month BISHOP SOLUTIONS is already working with numerous Terre Haute businesses and nonprofit organizations on process, web development, branding and more.

The company is operated locally out of the newly renovated 1852 home of James T. Hyte. Manson explains Hyte was a contemporary of Terre Haute’s early civic leaders Farrington, Deming and Hulman. The blue and white trimmed two story building has black shutters and a large privacy fence.

A short ribbon cutting ceremony will be hosted by the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce. Lunch hosted by BISHOP SOLUTIONS on the lawn will immediately follow.

For more information on BISHOP SOLUTIONS visit www.bishopsolutions.com.