Cape's largest wedding website changes hands

cctoday30eCape acquires WeddingsOnCapeCod.com and affiliate site

Largest website serving this $45 million a year industry here

South Dennis, MA - eCape, Inc the South Dennis-based website design and marketing company, acquired WeddingsonCapeCod.com, founded and formerly operated by Talmage Internet Promotions of Mashpee on Tuesday.

talmageStarted 10 years ago by Grace Talmage and her son Richard, WeddingsonCapeCod.com is Cape Cod's premier online wedding planning site.   Its directory of wedding services contains over 200 wedding service advertisers.  Brides can easily find reception sites and over 30 ancillary services provided by Cape Cod wedding professionals.

 "Weddings are a big business on Cape Cod, estimated to add at least $45 million annually to the Cape economy, " says Grace Talmage.  "With this acquisition, I am hoping that eCape will bring even more exposure and growth to WeddingsonCapeCod.com and its affiliate site GayWeddingsonCapeCod.com."

Click to see the siteeCape, Inc., founded in 1996, operates CapeCodTravel.com and CapeCodToday.com

"Expanding into the wedding market is a natural outgrowth of CapeCodTravel.com's dominant position in the online local travel planning market, " says Julie Brooks, president of eCape. 

" I am looking forward to bringing the advertisers on WeddingsonCapeCod.com even more results through exposure on eCape's two main portal sites, an email marketing program, and other promotional strategies."

The WeddingsOnCapeCod sales associate Lorraine Anderson will continue in her present role with the two wedding sites.  Richard Talmage is currently a sales associate with eC ape.

eCape, Inc., is a jointly held company with Best Read Guide Cape Cod and BRG Distribution Company. 

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