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03 Aug

NEW WEBSITE REFLECTS QUALITY OF SUPERIOR PHASE III ANTENNAS

A new website makes crystal clear why Phase III Antennas from Shakespeare Electronic Products Group tower above the rest.  Discerning, performance-conscious boat owners can now peruse the high-quality, hand-assembled Phase III line at www.shakespeare-antennas.com/phaseiii.

 

The site covers the technological advances behind the antennas’ design, such as foam fill to isolate radiators from vibration and moisture, as well as silver-plated elements and copper inner conductors.  A thorough informational video explains the antennas’ components and highlights suggested mounts for the line.  The video can also be seen at http://shakespeare-antennas.com/media/default.asp?p=6.

A detailed products section illustrates and outlines specifications for Phase III VHF, HF/SSB, cellular, and AM/FM antennas and related accessories.  The website lists the rigorously-selected Shakespeare factory-authorized servicing dealers and specialty two-step distributors for the top-of-the-line antennas, plus sales, service and warranty contact information.

Corporate Offices
Shakespeare Electronic Products Group, 6111 Shakespeare Rd., Columbia, SC  29223  USA

+1-803-227-1590; Fax: +1-803-419-3099  www.shakespeare-marine.com

European Offices
Shakespeare Electronic Products Group, Enterprise Way, Fleetwood, Lancashire, FY7 8RY  England

+44 (0) 1253 858787; Fax: +44 (0) 1253 859595

Shakespeare Company, LLC is a subsidiary of Jarden Corporation (NYSE: JAH).

 
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Posted by on August 3, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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