New online store caters to growing dog lovers niche with boating inspired products and more
A new e-commerce venture announced by Nautical Sites Media July 19, 2013, DogsAhoy.com is an online store that will offer a unique selection of items that cater to boaters with dogs as well as the growing pet supply market.
In addition to boating safety gear like dog life jackets, harnesses and leashes, the site will have a selection of products that can be personalized with a dog’s name. Fun dog toys and dog-inspired artwork from renowned artist Stephen Huneck will also be featured on DogsAhoy.com.
DogsAhoy launched as a partnership with two online marketing veterans, Jim Sullivan and the owner of Nautical Sites Media, Andrew Canepari. Nautical Sites Media includes well-known boating sites like FirstBoat, The Daily Boater and Boat Name Gear.
The new e-commerce shop DogsAhoy aspires to capture a portion of the growing pet supply market (estimated at $13 billion in sales for 2013 by the American Pet Products Association) and become the first choice for unique dog products and gifts.
A portion of all profits from DogsAhoy.com, are going to be donated to causes that promote the humane care of animals.
Marine Marketing Opportunity
Recognizing the popularity of dogs in boating, as well as the growing pet products market, the DogsAhoy.com site is well-positioned to cater to a growing market niche. In addition to their unique and differentiated product line, they have set up an online store that is easy to navigate using an industry leading secure online shopping experience with the Big Commerce e-store platform.
To learn more about the new e-commerce site, visit DogsAhoy online at www.dogsahoy.com.
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