SureShade debuts new website

Retractable marine sunshade manufacturer SureShade unveiled a new website.
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Retractable marine sunshade manufacturer SureShade unveiled a new website.

Built responsively for desktop or mobile devices with improved site navigation, the redesigned website assists in the dual purpose of serving the recreational boater and marine trade markets, the company said.

Enhanced content has been added throughout the website for SureShade’s automated and manual shade products with more features, FAQs and specifications to help boaters and trade professionals choose the right shade system for each boat application, the company said.

It has a large online gallery of boat models with a “Boat Brand Gallery” that shows factory and aftermarket SureShade-equipped boat models by brand. A “Boat Type Gallery” is also available to view photos and videos of SureShade installations on a variety of boat styles.

For the marine trade, the site offers more details about SureShade’s marine-grade construction, design and factory installation process. In support of the company’s growing international dealer network, dedicated resources are available for dealers to introduce, sell and install SureShade for their boat clients.

"SureShade has a very comprehensive installation portfolio that encompasses a wide array of boat brands and styles, and our website has always been a valuable tool to help the industry and boaters visualize how our shade systems can improve on a boat’s design and function,” SureShade marketing director Diane Seltzer said in a statement.

“Our new website design is just one way SureShade continues to evolve our marketing and branding efforts to support our unprecedented growth rate in the boating industry.”

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