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Indmar debuts revamped website

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Indmar Marine Engines announced the launch of its new website.

The retooled website is 11 months in the making and boasts a complete redesign, combined with the latest in technology and socially integrated tools. It offers users more of what they want, from a multitude of photos and specs that detail every 2012 Indmar marine engine available per boat manufacturer to operator’s manuals.

More important, the new site is full of key information that buyers need to know before purchasing their next boat and assists users in selecting an engine that is the right fit for their needs. When users are ready to take a test drive, Indmar offers a request-a-test drive feature that allows users to select the boat brand of their choice and the local dealership of their choice.

Once users submit a request, Indmar will have a dealer contact them to make arrangements for their test drive.

Indmar also incorporated a share button that allows users to share information from web pages by selecting the button featured on each page. Users will then have the option to share the details of the Web page via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yahoo or other social platforms.

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