Ecommerce website live

Magnetize are pleased to announce the launch of the new content management and ecommerce website for Raging Bull. This fully content managed ecommerce website for the official Phil Vickery range of performance clothing for sports and team wear, leisurewear and corporate clothing allows visitors to enquire and purchase individual items on the site.

Phil Vickery MBE, also known as ‘The Raging Bull’, is a well-known icon in the international world of rugby union having played for Wasps and England rugby teams. His sports and leisure clothing company, Raging Bull, was established in 2003 and has become well known for its excellence in extremely high quality and affordable gear and accessories.  Raging Bull is also an established supplier providing an extensive range of sportswear, team kits, and sports accessories to rugby clubs, schools, colleges and universities.

The leisure collection also comprises the Tackle It collection, a range of tees and hoodies carrying a charity fund-raising logo in order to raise awareness and monies for testicular cancer in liaison with the UK men’s cancer charity Orchid. Raging Bull supplies the official Tackle It clothing range where 30% of proceeds go to this great cause.

Raging Bull’s fantastic new website, designed and developed by Magnetize, is not only aesthetically pleasing but also contains many features.  Customers are able to provide reviews on products, create their own wish list and even add their own club logo to team kits.  The search system allows customers to not only search items within the shop, but also the full content managed system and the news articles.  Customers can view products in many different colours and are able to buy items with or without registering.  In house Magnetizes’ fully content managed system enables Raging Bull staff to log in with their own user account which accesses internal company information and documentation so that staff can create administration reports, update the website swiftly and simply  and much more.

Posted on 02/11/2009
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