FenderBender launches revamped website

Jan. 5, 2011

Jan. 5, 2011 — FenderBender magazine unveiled its redesigned website this month.

The new design is meant to provide easier navigation to magazine content and more emphasis on breaking industry news as well as parts, products and services databases.

“Our ambition is to create a site that is as dynamic and innovative as our readers,” said Chris Messer, publisher of FenderBender. “We’re thrilled that our entrepreneurial model allows us to make investments like this to provide inspiration and strategies for our readers to work smarter, make more money and save more money.”

FenderBender launched its website in 2010. The new design is meant to improve on that site’s navigation and content delivery.

FenderBender magazine, based in St. Paul, Minn., serves nearly 50,000 collision repair centers nationwide with its monthly print publication. Through its print and online offerings, FenderBender aims to provide its readers with strategies and inspiration for collision repair success.

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