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National Safe Boating Council revamps its website

The National Safe Boating Council launched a redesign of the organization's website.

The new design concept was updated to reflect growing trends in the digital world. It’s now equipped with easier navigation and a daily newsfeed, so visitors to the site will experience a better way to learn more about what the council is doing to accomplish its mission of “safer boating through education, outreach and training.”

The council contracted with Parroco Production Group on the project.

“The National Safe Boating Council is excited to introduce the 'new' website, offering educators, the media, marine professionals and recreational boaters the ease to explore all that our organization has to offer,” executive director Virgil Chambers said in a statement. “Now they can quickly identify different education and outreach efforts, as well as training opportunities and so much more with the simple click of a mouse.”

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