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July 25, 2005


Washington, DC— MSW Interactive Designs LLC (MSW-ID) provider of website design, ecommerce and Internet marketing solutions, is a sponsor of the Executive Woman’s Golf Association (EWGA) Knoxville charity golf scramble. The August 6 event is a fundraiser to benefit the Knoxville chapter of the Susan B. Komen Foundation, which promotes breast cancer awareness.

Lucky golfers who win door prize drawings will receive executive putter sets from MSW-ID’s, an online store which features golf gifts, engraveable items, and unique keepsakes. MSW-ID designed, owns and operates which features secure online shopping with 24 hour click and ship delivery.

In addition to sponsoring this charitable event, MSW-ID is an ongoing sponsor of EWGA Knoxville and is responsible for the design, development, hosting and ongoing maintenance of the EWGA website. The website allows EWGA Knoxville to market organizational services, events and memberships online. The EWGA Knoxville website is another communication channel for promoting the EWGA mission of increasing women’s business networking opportunities and experience with the game of golf.

To learn more about EWGA Knoxville visit

MSW Interactive Designs LLC is a website design and hosting firm that helps small business professionals achieve an effective Internet presence. MSW-ID creates effective websites, includes ongoing maintenance offers a process that is not intimidating, and we make ourselves accessible to our clients. To learn more about how MSW-ID can put the web to work for you, contact at 877-211-5492 or visit


Founded in 1998, MSW Interactive Designs LLC offers complete online solutions for small business professionals: including website design, hosting and promotion, intranet and web-based training development.


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