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TechXpress wins awards for website design

Bryan Sarlitt started TechXpress in his one-bedroom apartment, after dropping out of Cuesta College.
Bryan Sarlitt started TechXpress in his one-bedroom apartment, after dropping out of Cuesta College. jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

TechXpress, a San Luis Obispo-based e-commerce website provider, recently won three awards for website design from the International Academy of the Visual Arts.

According to a company news release, the awards are Gold Davey Award for Best Beauty and Cosmetics Website and Best Green Website for a website the company designed for Simi Valley natural skincare manufacturer, derma e; and Best Consumer Goods Website for a website for Nipomo luggage retailer Luggage Base.

The websites won out of nearly 4,000 international entries, according to the release.

Established in 1999, TechXpress provides full-service e-commerce website solutions for consumer product manufacturers and resellers throughout the United States and Canada.

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