Ranger Boats to launch new Web site next week

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Ranger Boats is launching a new Web site that offers a first look at exclusive new Ranger/Evinrude packages.

Scheduled to go live Oct. 6, the Web site offers an opportunity to see the Z520 Comanche and the 1850RS — two of Ranger’s most popular models — “packaged in a way the fishing industry has never seen before,” according to the Flippin, Ark., builder.

The site also will feature limited-edition boat/engine packages, including a new 100th anniversary Evinrude available exclusively on Ranger models, and insight from marine manufacturers and boating writers via video, product reviews and other sources.

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