H&H Propeller - Serving the New England Boating Community

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Fall, 2009: New H&H Website launched, with plans for future and ongoing improvements

H&H Propeller of Salem, MA recently launched it’s new website, www.hhprop.com. The new site offers a more detailed and thorough explanation of all the boat propulsion enhancement and marine machining services that the 50+ year-old company offers.

According to V.P of Sales, Jeff Boryszewski , "Our new website was designed to provide 4 important functions. First, the new design and navigation provide a much improved and more accurate visitor experience. One that reflects our company commitment to staying current with any technology that will improve our service and benefit our customers. Second, our site explains in greater detail all the service advantages that H&H offers through its extensive Dealer Network. Third, our site provides an up–to–date directory of all those respected dealers throughout New England— a feature that helps customers find the closest dealer, and that also benefits our dealers by increasing traffic to their websites and subsequently their service locations. Finally, our new website provides improved value for customers through on-line prop registration, helpful information, convenient Q & A service, and more."

Summer, 2009: H&H Announces Reveals New Brand Identity

H&H Propeller of Salem, MA revealed a new logo and graphic identity that the company states "more accurately communicates service strengths offered." According to Company President John Pelletier "the new logo provides a more modern and we think attractive icon, while our new tagline, 'Turning Props Faster' really gets at the hear of what we do: improving boat prop performance through advanced prop reconditioning and fast turn-around times". Firsts sightings of the new logo will be on the propeller service tags that are attached to every reconditioned prop H&H delivers. Graphic overhaul for the headquarters signage, delivery van graphics, and all other marketing materials is scheduled for early 2010.