Jinises is Expanding

Jinises has moved it's offices to downtown Columbus, Ohio.

Dec 9 2013, 12:44pm CST | by PR.com

Columbus, OH, December 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Jinises has relocated to downtown Columbus, Ohio. With the surge in membership over the summer, Jinises has had to expand. There will also be a hiring campaign starting next week in search of talented programmers. They have also added new features and enhancements to previous applications. The new library has over 2500 titles mostly in PDF format. The movie search application now allows users to search for tv programs. The weather search application allows users to search for the weather forecast in other cities, just in case members are traveling. And there are several more games. The site seems especially useful for college aged users because it allows them to do all of these different activities from one centralized location. The Jinises community is very active and the messaging system is awesome. They look forward to bringing you new applications in the next few months.

Contact Information:
Jinises
Michael Evans
614-316-8402
Contact via Email
https://www.jinises.com

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