Dometic Marine rolls out new video series

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Dometic Marine has launched a series of online videos to provide boaters fast and convenient access to its latest product information and technical advice.

"We recognize that today's buyer is looking for snapshot information, and video is an effective tool for delivering information and engaging customers," director of marketing Doug Curtis said in a statement. "We've developed short, easy-to-watch and informative videos that enable customers and other interested parties to quickly access product information as well as tap into our expertise and knowledge without spending a lot of time searching or reading."

The videos are available in the following categories:

  • "Marine Product Introductions" offers viewers a short overview of new technology.
  • "Expert's Corner" features face-to-face interviews on how products work, with mini-installation guides presented by Dometic engineers and experts.
  • "Tech Tips" provides support and advice on such topics as product maintenance.
  • "Commercial & Workboat" showcases Dometic products and trends within the industry.

Click here to view the videos.

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