DP Brakes launches new, enhanced, website

Buffalo, NY --DP Brakes, the pioneer and longtime industry leader in sintered metal braking technology, has launched a new, enhanced, website at www.dp-brakes.com.

The new DP Brake website includes a state-of-the-art look and feel, an enhanced quick search product search capability, and an enhanced dealer locator feature that includes both zip and distance search, and interactive contact forms.

The website also features a new user friendly navigation menu, easy to search category specific product section, a downloadable pdf brake pad application guide, current news and information, up-to-the minute Twitter and Facebook postings, and direct links to both social media sites.

Larry Mills, President of DP Brakes North America said, “We wanted to capture the spirit of motorsports; make it easier for visitors to match the right pad, shoes or clutch to their motorcycle, ATV, Scooter or Snowmobile; and, make sure that a visitor can find the closest DP Brakes product dealer. We believe we have done all of these things.”

He added, “In addition to all the product specific enhancements, we have also added a news scroll to the landing page that makes it easy to stay up to speed on the latest products and news from DP Brakes. Of course, we have also made the site navigation as easy as possible.”

For more information on the complete line-up of DP Brakes brake pads, shoes, rotors and clutch kits, contact DP Brakes North American Headquarters at 4401 Walden Avenue, Lancaster, NY 14086, (716) 681-8806 dpbrakestm@aol.com , or visit them on the web at www.dp-brakes.com


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