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Hunter's Website Wins International Communication Award

Posted on August 8, 2017

Hunter Engineering Co.’s  redesigned website has received a platinum award, the highest level of recognition, in the business-to-business website category of the international DotComm competition.

The DotComm Awards program is honors excellence in web creativity and digital communication. The platinum award is the highest level given to an organization and represents excellence in web communication, creativity, content and design.

Hunter says the new website places even better emphasis on its local teams and products. One click brings users to wheel alignment, wheel balancers, tire changers, brake lathes, inspection lane equipment or any of Hunter’s world class products. The website makes it easy for users to connect with their local Hunter team, including their local service, sales and training representatives. Simply by entering their ZIP code, users can email or call their local Hunter representative who will be alerted immediately of the request.

Each product page on the new Hunter.com also features three times more product information than the previous Hunter.com, allowing shop owners to make more informed decisions when researching equipment, according to the company.

Visit the new website at www.hunter.com as well as Hunter’s booth (#41029) at the 2017 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show to learn more about Hunter’s undercar service equipment.

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