Larson Boat Group debuts new websites

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The Larson Boat Group has launched a series of new brand websites, including the group itself, Larson, Striper, Larson FX and Triumph.

A new Larson Escape site will launch by Sunday.

Larson said it worked with its creative partner, Adventure Creative, and technology partner AVALA Marketing to create the new sites.

"When I came to Larson, one of my first initiatives was to totally upgrade our marketing and be a leader in digital marketing,” said Larson Boat Group president and CEO Rob Parmentier in a statement. “I believe our new sites and their integration with our new dealer toolbox and suite of resources, along our new marketing automation platform, make us a leader in reaching and nurturing our customers digitally."

"The objective of our new websites was: provide greater depth of product information to support a buyer's shopping and decision-making process through a more immersive experience, develop sites that were responsive to the user's own way of engaging with our sites and drive lead generation at multiple points of contact and user engagements,” Larson marketing vice president Matthew Vetzner said.

"Last year we invested heavily in our technology infrastructure to provide us with the back-end power to provide a suite of digital resources for our dealer partners, prospects and owners, and these six new websites really bring that investment to life,” Vetzner said.

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