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Company offers catalog-update technology

BoatShowExpo LLC announced it created a program that will convert a catalog PDF to a turn-page movement that can be used on an iPhone, iPad or other smart device.

The converted catalog can then be e-mailed by an OEM or dealer to potential customers, who will be able to add the catalog to their home screen through a smart device.

"This new program brings an exciting opportunity for our company and for the marine industry the opportunity to bring the boating enthusiast the most up-to-date information from their dealer or OEM," company president Richard Schoen said in a statement. "We are excited with the development of our program and thrilled how it will be incorporated within our virtual shows. The benefits for our industry are tremendous."

For information, contact Schoen at (860) 460-6256 or rschoen@BoatShowExpo.com.

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