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Suzuki Launches Revamped Website


Suzuki Marine this week announced that it launched a new website, created in a collaboration with the Markham Yard agency.

Features include a new look, improved site navigation, enhanced access to product specifications, a dealer locator tool and a news page.

“This new website is making waves for Suzuki Marine on every level,” George “Gus” Blakely, Suzuki Marine executive vice president, said in a statement. “It has a look that fits with Suzuki’s image across the globe, yet it does an excellent job of representing the bold, aggressive company that Suzuki Marine is today.”

New sections include “Hooked Up,” which delivers fishing-related information; an events calendar; “Clean Ocean Project,” which highlights Suzuki’s environmental and conservation initiatives; and a new contact page.



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