Poly-Planar revamps its website


Marine audio equipment manufacturer Poly-Planar recently launched its redesigned website.

Featuring a full line of watertight audio systems for the marine marketplace, the new site provides online visitors with improvements in navigation, appearance and accessibility.

“Easy and fun to navigate, and updated to reflect our ever-changing lineup of award-winning audio systems, polyplanar.com is the ultimate one-stop shop for boaters and spa owners alike,” director of sales and operations Bill Pieklik said in a statement. “The design team at Mainsail Marketing did a great job with the redesign, and our customers will love the new look and feel of the site.”

Hanover, Md.-based Poly-Planar is a leading manufacturer of water- and corrosion-proof speakers and watertight audio systems for the spa and marine markets.


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