Pursuit teams up with Marine Web Services

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Pursuit Boats endorsed Marine Web Services as a site provider for its North American dealers.

"Pursuit Boats is excited to work with Marine Web Services to offer more of our dealers the industry leading Web sites that many of them are already taking advantage of," said Michele VonGerichten, marketing and communications manager for Pursuit Boats, in a statement.

"We have worked with MWS to negotiate significantly discounted design fees, thereby reducing cash outlay for our dealers at a particularly sensitive period in the market," she added.

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

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