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Brunswick commercial/government site unveiled

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products, a manufacturer of commercial and government fiberglass vessels, launched a newly designed Web site aimed at helping law enforcement, military, fire/rescue and workboat customers configure boats to their specific needs.

"We wanted to give our customers access to the tools they need to develop exactly the right product for their missions," said sales manager Jeremy Davis in a statement. "This new Web site gives them the data they need to select the appropriate platform and to equip it with a choice of approximately 600 options."

Features include an easily navigable menu that showcases BGCP's Boston Whaler and Impact RIB lines, with detailed information about construction and how they are built to withstand tough working conditions.

Click here for the full release.

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