Sirocco Marine launches new BRIG website
by Propel PR on 17 Jun 2013
Leading inflatable boat distributor, Sirocco Marine, has launched a new website for BRIG Australia - www.brig.com.au
BRIG home page Sirocco Marine
The website showcases BRIG’s full range of inflatable boats through fluent design, stunning imagery, and user-friendly information resources.
The website caters for every on-water enthusiast. Whether you enjoy snorkeling, fishing, water sports or require a tender for your larger vessel, the website will assist you with finding the right match.
BRIG are now the biggest selling RIB brand across Australia and the website is a valuable tool in displaying the freedom and lifestyle a BRIG offers.
Sirocco Marine’s Neil Webster, said with over 40 models to choose from across the Eagle, Navigator and Falcon model ranges, it made sense to develop a stand-alone website for the brand - to demonstrate there is a BRIG to suit every lifestyle.
The website also plays an important role in educating consumers on the brand’s strong and not commonly known, manufacturing history.
'BRIG RIB’s are designed by rocket scientists, but enjoyed at sea level,' said Mr. Webster.
BRIG inflatable boats are designed and built in the Ukraine by a dedicated team of specialist ex-military aeronautical engineers. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, they now apply the same exacting standards and cutting edge technology to building RIBs in their 70,000 square feet factory, that they did fighter jets.
The website is just one part of the brand refresh Sirocco Marine have install for BRIG. A new, 54 page catalogue has also been produced that could easily be mistaken as a coffee table book - offering the same clean design and awe-inspiring photography as the website.
'We are always striving to add something new to our products, and our brand image is no different,' said Mr. Webster.
Those who are interested in experiencing the BRIG lifestyle can contact their state dealer by visiting www.brig.com.au for more information.
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