Chaska Brothers Helping Local Businesses Survive
Nick and Lucas Larson are Helping Local Business Cut Costs and Increase Sales By Moving Their Marketing Efforts Online.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI (1888PressRelease) July 16, 2010 - The move of business to the Internet is happening at an alarming rate. Many businesses have realized that the key to future success lies online. Nick and Lucas Larson recently opened the Internet marketing agency Nytrix Media to help local businesses take full advantage of the lucrative benefits of the Internet.
The Internet piqued the brothers' interest in Middle School. Now, with over 12 years combined experience, they are capable of effectively implementing all Internet marketing services including website design, development and advertising. Many companies are finding that these services have allowed them to grow with a remarkably low marketing budget, despite the struggling economy.
Bob Dobihal, owner of the St. Boni Bistro in St. Bonifacius, Minnesota, knows first hand the power of the brother's work. Nick and Lucas "explained to me how to use my new website as a tool to market my business…without them, I don't think we could have made it the last 2 years," said Dobihal. He also noted that The Bistro saw double-digit growth throughout 2008 and 2009.
Lucas claims, "Internet marketing allows companies to increase reach and awareness, and makes it easy target extremely niche audiences. This helps to cut marketing cost and dramatically increases return on investment."
Lucas is a marketing and finance student at The Carlson School of Management. He heads marketing and communication for Nytrix Media. His brother, Nick, is a computer science major at North Dakota State University and is in charge of design and development of new websites. They opened Nytrix Media in 2009 out of their passion for marketing and web services and their love for helping local businesses.