David Hunter, Epic Web Studios

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Epic Web Studios is a full-service website design, SEO & Social Media company in Erie, PA started by David Hunter and Shaun Rajewski. Epic become involved with the Erie Reader soon after their launch to help educate readers about all that is happening around the web, and have ongoing conversation about the Erie tech world. “We love the Erie Reader around our office because it provides in-depth reporting and covers topics that other news sources often overlook”, says Managing Partner David Hunter.

Pretty much all of the ‘Tech Watch’ articles are written by David Hunter, the company’s Managing Partner. Epic can also be found on Twitter @EpicWebStudios & on their website www.EpicWebStudios.com.

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