Mossberg Launches New Website

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posted on June 2, 2015
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O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., has launched a re-designed, navigation-friendly new website. As with the company's previous web presence, it can be found at Mossberg.com.

The family-owned and operated firearms manufacturer hopes that the new site will provide consumers an even better look at the Mossberg wares. The site's content has been enriched and will be updated with regular informative blogs and instructional videos, providing tips for hunting and shooting enthusiasts to enjoy as they browse the company's catalog.

Additional improvements to the website include sections tailored specifically for members of the Media, Law Enforcement, Dealers and Consumers. And Mossberg owners can show their pride by posting to the Mossberg Community Pages. The mobile‐ready design provides for ease of viewing content no matter the screen size or device. The new website also provides quick access to Mossberg's online store where shoppers can find branded clothing, gear and accessories.

The new website is live now. For more information, go to Mossberg.com.

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