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Marinco redesigns Web site

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LAS VEGAS — The Marinco Electrical Group, a provider of electrical and harsh environment solutions, unveiled its newly redesigned Web site Wednesday at the Marine Aftermarket Accessories Trade Show.

The site can be found at www.marinco.com.

"As today's visitors demand quick and easy access to complete information, we have developed a multi-audience, one-stop shop to meet the various needs of our many audiences," said Ann Mitchell, director of marketing and communications at MEG. "This new, comprehensive Web site is a continuation of our ongoing commitment to better serve our many audiences."

The new site points visitors toward their desired market: marine, RV, stage and theater, and industrial. All product information can now be found in one place, rather than scattered throughout the site.

The site features a "reseller center" with downloadable brand logos, merchandising tools, retail header signs and educational charts. It also includes a link called "Ask the Expert," which enables visitors to ask questions of electrical experts and share information with other users.

Marinco Electrical Group is based in Napa, Calif.

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