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Anything Brands retools Web site for marine market

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Anything Brands Online retooled its Anything Boating Web site with expanded product offerings for the marine market segment.

Anything Boating will provide a new market channel for boating enthusiasts to buy products and services on its Web site with a direct link to the other Anything Brand Web sites for a variety of products and services.

"It is our objective to continue the development of this business in response to market demands," said Tim Norton, president of the Anything Brands Division, in a statement. "Our marine division is a strong example of that policy and one that will continue across all of our online divisions, representing our commitment to the transportation segment, whether it is commercial or recreational."

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