Imtra debuts new website

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Imtra, a manufacturer and importer of marine products, announced the official unveiling of its new website.

Incorporating enhanced filtering capabilities and a fully searchable database, the new site makes it easier for people to narrow down product searches by the elements that are most important to them. A new dealer locator allows people to search by state or by user-selectable proximity to a ZIP code.

Imtra’s new website is tablet-friendly and makes it easy for individuals to determine the best products for their needs and quickly find a conveniently located authorized Imtra installing dealer or reseller to purchase their desired Imtra products.

“We are pleased to launch our new website and invite the boating community to visit the site and experience its user-friendly, product and dealer locator capabilities,” chief operating officer Eric Braitmayer said in a statement. “We have packed it full of useful content to inform people doing pre-purchase research and to help owners of existing equipment learn how to care for their gear, whether it’s a Side-Power thruster, an Imtra LED light or any of our other products.”

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