Jeppesen wins technology award

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Jeppesen Marine won the award for Best Display of Technology at the 2009 Seattle Boat Show, held Jan. 23-Feb. 1.

This is the second consecutive year the company was recognized for its show display. This year’s display featured new graphic elements (most notably the new Jeppesen Marine logo/corporate identity) along with subtle layout changes designed to make Jeppesen’s advanced electronic navigation technology more inviting and accessible to boat show attendees.

”This new exhibit is very successful getting across who we are and what we have to offer — while at the same time, encouraging our visitors to come in, ask questions and dig deeper,” said Roger Brudenell, regional sales manager for Jeppesen Marine, in a statement.

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