I’ve just completed a new website for a client: Hardship License Lawyer www.hardshiplicenselawyer.com. Drupal and PHP were used to build this new website. Additionally, a customized WordPress blog was created to match the website’s styling.


Attorney Brian Simoneau has helped countless clients obtain 12 hour hardship licenses or get full license reinstatements. Brian has represented a large number of clients at all levels of the appeal process at the Registry in Boston, at the Ignition Interlock Unit in Quincy, at the Division of Insurance Board of Appeal, and in Superior Courts throughout Massachusetts.


I recently finished development of a new client website: Glee Gum www.gleegum.com. Drupal, PHP, and jQuery were utilized to construct this graphically intricate website. Additionally, a customized WordPress blog was built to match the website’s styling.

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Verve, Inc. are the manufacturers of Glee Gum.

Verve is an independent, certified woman-owned business, dedicated to linking world communities and creatingenvironmentally and socially responsible products and activities.

Verve’s products include:
Glee Gum – all natural chewing gum
Make Your Own Chewing Gum, Chocolate, & Gummies – Educational Kits for Kids.

In 1992, the concept for Verve was born when they visited an economically depressed chicle-producing community in Northern Guatemala. Up until then, they had never really thought about how chewing gum was made. When they realized its origins, they learned that prior to the synthetic resins, chicle was the basis of the entire industry. Their goal was to support chicle-harvesting by purchasing chicle. With this goal in mind, Verve was born, and with it their first and most popular product, the Make Your Own Chewing Gum Kit.

Today, Verve provides a sustainable source of income for those communities while simultaneously offering fun, educational, and environmentally friendly activities for kids.

Verve’s pioneering Make Your Own Chewing Gum Kit has captivated the imaginations of thousands of children while helping them to learn more about the world around them. They are often used in classrooms where students are studying rainforest ecology, the history of food production, the chemistry of cooking, and the interconnections in our global community.