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Luverne launches new website

Luverne launches new website

BRANDON, S.D. — Luverne Truck Equipment, an American manufacturer of truck, SUV and work van accessories since 1963, has released a brand new website.

With an easy-to-use vehicle lookup, improved navigation and a barrage of new videos, photos and content, has become a resource for the company’s dealers and consumers.

“Pointing our customers to the right USA-made Luverne product for their vehicle is very important,” said Sarah Brandenburg, marketing and communication specialist. “At the top of each page of our new website is a clear, easy-to-use vehicle lookup, which is powered by our up-to-date application data. Simply enter the year, make, model and style to view all of the parts available for any particular vehicle application.

“Improved navigation provides easy-to-find category information and makes it even easier to look up individual part numbers and product types,” she explained. “This allows users to see our high-level product categories, such as bull bars, running boards and grille guards, and to learn more about our specific product lines within those categories.

“Our product category pages have been built with fresh videos, photos and content that we have been producing over the past year, said Brandenburg. “The new website not only provides more information on each category page, but also gives each part number its own detail page.

“Product detail pages provide images, videos, installation instructions, social media channels and where to buy the product. Product detail pages can be accessed through the vehicle lookup results or search results,” she explained.

Luverne’s product lines include Baja Steps, Grip Steps, Regal 7 Oval Steps, Baja Guard, Prowler Max Grille Guard and Tuff Guard.

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SOURCE: Luverne press release

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