Alternate Image Launches West Volusia Tourism Website DAYTONA BEACH, FL - On April 26, 2010 the West Volusia Tourism Advertising Authority's new website was launched after receiving overwhelming approval from the Board of Directors.The website, visitwestvolusia.com, was designed and developed by Alternate Image located in downtown Daytona Beach. The West Volusia Tourism website offers users a variety of information on local communities and local businesses, restaurants, hotels, parks and other recreational activities. The website showcases custom data applications that will filter search results and allow users to create their own printable itinerary by clicking on events and resources that they would like to experience."We could not be more pleased with the new website. ", commented Renee Tallievast, Executive Director of the WVTAA. "Not only does the site look fantastic but the applications and marketing features are exactly what we need to build tourism. We are very fortunate to have a local company like Alternate Image that could make all this happen."This website is the third Volusia County tourism bureau website developed by Alternate Image. Alternate Image boasts clients in over 30 states. Other area websites of prominence include DaytonaBeach.com for the Daytona Beach CVB and NSBFLA.com for the New Smyrna Beach Visitors Bureau and for Cocoa Beach's Space Coast Sports.Other notable local tourism related websites include BikeWeek.com , Biketoberfest.org, and BookDaytonaBeach.com. Alternate Image also hosts and has developed many Volusia County hotels' websites using their patented Open Hotel booking engine software.Their ties to Daytona Beach and the Volusia County tourism industry are very strong, as they have been a key resource in working with many local hotels, big and small. "We are excited about the launch of WVTAA's website and look forward to a continuing relationship that will help increase tourism in their area," says Michelle Herrin, VP of Alternate Image. "This website offers a lot of content and data, so it was very important to the WVTAA staff that they could easily update, edit, and manage everything from one centralized administrative area that was user friendly.Our software will give the WVTAA the online tools they need to look forward and continue to grow."