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Brunswick Corporation Launches New Website

Published: Friday, October 25, 2019

Brunswick Corporation (NYSE: BC) today announced the launch of its new corporate website at The site’s new design offers visitors richer insight into the company’s marine focus with easy access to essential information about Brunswick and its industry-leading brands and technology.

The redesign of the website focuses on Brunswick’s mission of “Innovation and Inspiration on the Water,” driving a comprehensive understanding of the company’s strategy and vision towards the future.

“We are excited about the new look and functionality of our website as it provides our customers, investors, media, employees and all of our stakeholders an opportunity to better understand our company, its direction and our priorities,” said Dave Foulkes, Brunswick Corporation chief executive officer. “In keeping with our company transformation and as we continue to grow our market presence to reach new consumers, it is imperative that we design a digital presence that provides enhanced transparency and an informative experience for anyone who seeks to engage with Brunswick.”

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About Brunswick

Headquartered in Mettawa, Ill., Brunswick Corporation’s leading consumer brands include Mercury Marine outboard engines; Mercury MerCruiser sterndrive and inboard packages; Mercury global parts and accessories including propellers and SmartCraft electronics; Power Products Integrated Solutions; MotorGuide trolling motors; Attwood, Garelick, and Whale marine parts; Land ’N’ Sea, BLA, Payne’s Marine, Kellogg Marine, and Lankhorst Taselaar marine parts distribution; Mercury and Quicksilver parts and oils; Bayliner, Boston Whaler, Crestliner, Cypress Cay, Harris, Lowe, Lund, Princecraft, Quicksilver, Rayglass, Sea Ray, Thunder Jet and Uttern boats; Boating Services Network, Freedom Boat Club, NAUTIC-ON, OnBoard Boating Club and Rentals. For more information, visit

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