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DCB Rolls Out New-and-Improved, Mobile-Friendly Site

Along with new sections where potential customers can check out the various models offered by DCB Performance Boats, get an in-depth look at the build process at the El Cajon, Calif., company’s factory and view an archived accumulation of DCB videos from boat shows and events, the new-and-improved promotional site, which went live today, also is friendly for smart phones and tablets.

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According to DCB’s Jeff Johnston, the redesigned site has been in the works for the past couple of months and is now ready for public consumption.

“We put a lot of effort into the new site, especially the Build Process section, which walks users through the five stages of construction and what sets DCB apart in each one,” Johnston said. “We are extremely detailed and thorough at DCB and it shows throughout the entire process. We’ve also added a DCB TV page, a comprehensive collection of media coverage we’ve received over the years and a re-organized used boat section highlighting various pre-owned boats that we are selling or representing.”

Without going into tons of detail about the updated platform since you’re already online and can go peruse the site (if you haven’t already left) at your leisure and see all of the new features for yourself, it’s clear that DCB is not just promoting the boats it builds on the site, it is promoting other services provided by the company.

For example, DCB’s accomplished interior expert Carlos Lafarga is available for specialty projects on boats that weren’t built by DCB. The company’s also offering service work on any make or model with the Mercury Racing 1100/1350/1550 engine packages—not just DCBs—thanks to having one of only a handful of Mercury Racing Certified Master Technicians in Eric Winebarger, DCB’s service manager.

For more visit DCBPerformanceBoats.com.

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