Revamped `Grow Boating' site premiers

Published online: Mar 23, 2006 News Soundings Trade Only News
Viewed 124 time(s)

The newly redesigned Web site for the Grow Boating campaign launched this week featuring several new and updated elements to help manufacturers and dealers become more involved with the initiative. The new site can be found at GrowBoating.org.

 

Visitors to the site will be asked to register and log-in to receive detailed industry information, such as Discover Boating marketing information, marine industry dealership certification information, water access protection research and details of the National Marine Manufacturers Association's certification program.

 

The homepage is designed to provide basic information on Grow Boating and direct any non-industry visitors to learn more about DiscoverBoating.com.

 

Industry stakeholders must register on the site to access the exclusive, industry-only portion of GrowBoating.org, where they may view key programs offered through the initiative.

 

Once registered, GrowBoating.org allows contributing manufacturers to upload, update or verify information displayed on DiscoverBoating.com, manage individual profiles and retrieve sales leads.

 

Beginning Monday, contributing marine dealers who register at GrowBoating.org can upload their information to the DiscoverBoating.com dealer finder.

 

You May Also Be Interested In...

April 28, 2015

NMMA in legal trouble over boat show relocation

Remember a couple weeks ago when the NMMA canceled their big boat show in Chicago? Well, it turns out that's not the only trouble they're having lately.
April 16, 2015

Breaking News

The National Marine Manufacturers Association canceled the Progressive Chicago In-Water Boat Show, which was set to take place June 11-14, and will stop producing the annual show.
April 16, 2015

West Marine announces new "Deck Out Dad" social media contest

West Marine has launched a new social media campaign called Deck Out Dad!
April 03, 2015

66 Days At Sea

We are happy to report that after being adrift at sea and lost for 66 days, Louis Jordan has been rescued 200 miles off the coast of South Carolina.
Follow us on Facebook!  Follow us on Instagram!  Follow us on Twitter!  Follow us on YouTube!