Shurhold updates website

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Shurhold Industries has updated its website, www.shurhold.com.

The new design is mobile friendly, displays on a range of devices and it accepts Apple Pay. Users can access Shurhold’s library of educational articles and how-to-videos, including its Clean N Simple Tips series.

The company’s loyalty program, Club Shine, has also been upgraded. Members who like and share links to social media can gain extra points.

The new website is more mobile-friendly and Shurhold’s library of how-to videos is easily accessed.

The new website is more mobile-friendly and Shurhold’s library of how-to videos is easily accessed.

“We’re excited to unveil this redesign,” Barry Berhoff, Shurhold Industries president, said in a statement. “We offer products that make boat ownership simple and stress-free and wanted our website to reflect how easy it is to get the job done.”

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