Established in 2004, Legionsites.com is the most reliable and longest running website provider for all American Legion Posts.
Tony Cammarato was 78 years old in 2004 when he began to realize the world that he knew was changing. Technology was advancing at a rapid pace and in order to keep current, he enrolled in a Web Design computer class at his local community college. He envisioned creating a pre-designed website program so that The American Legion Posts could more easily attract new members and retain existing members. Serving as a Post Commander, he realized the value of increasing The American Legion membership would allow the posts to support fellow veterans, serve local communities, and uphold The American Legion principles and pillars. He also knew that the website had to be affordable, easy to operate and maintain.
Tony was a World War II Army Air Corps Veteran. As an Intelligence Specialist (631) in the US Army Air Force 40th Fighter Squadron he served in the Pacific area under General Douglas McArthur. He was an active member of the American Legion Post 504 in Batavia, IL and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
In 2004 he partnered with Frank Picchi, who created and enhanced the web site using proprietary CMS (Content Management System) software provided by thinkWeb, Inc., and Legionsites.com was born. Tony is no longer with us; however fourteen years later his desire to create an affordable simple to use, yet state of the art website continues as Legionsites.com and thinkWeb, Inc. provide service to hundreds of Posts worldwide.