June 9, 2014
Contact: Ben Klein, National Consumers League, email@example.com, (202) 835-3323
Washington, DC—The nation’s pioneering consumer and worker advocacy organization, the National Consumers League (NCL), today announced the launch of its newly redesigned website, nclnet.org. The new site will give consumers and workers a more interactive, easier-to-navigate, and more user-friendly experience.
“This redesign will make visiting the site for information, sharing stories, and learning about the latest scams and policies affecting consumers far easier,” said Sally Greenberg, NCL executive director. “The new site incorporates feedback from our constituents and allies—and we are excited to bring these new features and resources to consumers and workers.”
The site offers streamlined navigation of NCL’s advocacy issues, as well as better access to its programs including LifeSmarts, Fraud.org, the Child Labor Coalition, and Script Your Future. The new site also features tools for consumers and workers to participate in the League’s advocacy efforts via petitions, letters to policymakers, and shareable content.
The new home page features a better overview of the organization’s 115-year-old mission and showcases more of the day-to-day work of staff, including the newest press releases, From the Expert blog posts, events, and other announcements.
“We welcome visitors – new and returning!” said Greenberg.
For more information about the National Consumers League and its programs, visit the new website at nclnet.org.
About the National Consumers League
The National Consumers League, founded in 1899, is America’s pioneer consumer organization. Its mission is to protect and promote social and economic justice for consumers and workers in the United States and abroad. For more information, visit www.nclnet.org.