Sea Fox, Mariah offer Marine Web Services

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Sea Fox Boat Co. and Mariah Boat Co. of Moncks Corner, S.C., endorsed Marine Web Services as a Web site provider for their U.S. dealers.

Marine Web Services offers dealer Web site solutions designed to assist dealers with lead generation, lead management, e-commerce, sales, search engine optimization and more.

"The e-commerce capability, 24-hour showrooms, and contact management functionality that our platform offers will help to develop new revenue sources for Sea Fox and Mariah dealers," said Parke Brinkley, manager of OEM relationships at MWS, in a statement.

"The Sea Fox and Mariah boat companies are proud to offer our dealers a new marketing solution that will represent our products in a very professional and efficient manner," said Tess Hughes, art director for Sea Fox and Mariah, in a statement. "All model specifications, standard features, optional equipment and images will be preloaded into participating dealer sites, giving our dealers more free time to focus on sales and service."

Marine Web Services and Soundings Publications are both divisions of Dominion Enterprises.

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