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Marine companies debut new Web sites

ZDecals launched an updated Web site, designed to provide visitors with a "high-quality virtual experience."

Users have access to a multitude of photos and videos with large viewing windows on the site. It contains more than 100 color combinations of full wraps to browse through, as well as more than 100 partial wraps and more than 20 decal kits.

The site provides users the ability to customize any make, model and any year boat. Users may also access the Wrap University feature on the Web site. This section explains what a wrap is and what you should expect.

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Transmission Engineering Company has unveiled a new and updated Web site.

"Our goal in creating our new Web was threefold," president and owner Scott Bishop said in a statement. "Give customers a Web portal they can use, keep them up to date on new products, and make sure we provide the most current information for informed decisions."

The company says it has continually made an investment in technology, so that Transmission Engineering's information technology group had the capacity and in-house expertise to get the site up and running.



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