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SmartPlug Systems unveils Web site

SmartPlug Systems recently launched a new Web site.

The company said the enhanced site will aid in its eventual expansion into other markets, including trucking, electric automobiles, RV and industrial.

To gain more information from its customers and to learn more about shore power problems in general, SmartPlug has set up an online survey. Participants have a weekly chance to win a $50 gift card to be used at the SmartPlug online store, and a 30-amp Boatside Plug and Inlet will be raffled off monthly.

Viewers can also send in photos of their burnt shore power connection or cords. Participants will then be entered to win an inlet and connector combination pack.  The drawing will be held Jan. 5.

Other changes to the Web site include a listing of available dealers and distributors, as well as an events section and a media page. A learning section educates boaters on how SmartPlug works, and a blog encourages more communication between consumers and the company.

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