HeartLand Boating debuts new website

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Midwestern recreational boating publication HeartLand Boating launched a new website.

“The new HeartLand Boating site samples the traditional editorial content that readers can find in our magazine, but more than that it’s also a great resource for boaters who live on or visit these waters,” editor Brad Kovach said in a statement. “If you’re researching a cruise in Heartland waters, or if you need a repair or plan to make a purchase, this is where to start.”

The site continues the blog “Swing Set” by Mike and Rosie, two Midwestern retirees who are living the dream as they cruise The Great Loop aboard their motoryacht. In addition, the site is kept fresh and functional through updated news briefs, an events calendar, NOAA river levels, photo galleries and videos.

“The new HeartLand Boating website opens up new doors for content from our skilled writers, our passionate readers and our business partners,” Kovach said. “I am extremely pleased about this launch and I look forward to seeing it continue to evolve in the future.”

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