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PRA launches redesigned website

20 April, 2015

The PRA has launched its new and completely redesigned website at the Forecourt Show at the NEC running from April 20-22.

The new site is completely new and fully responsive, operating on desktop, tablets and smart phones and offers the facility to join the PRA online.

It provides comprehensive details of the PRA’s ‘Live and Local’ events and roadshows and what members can expect from them.

Details the latest activities of the PRA in the media are under the ‘news’ section and it illustrates the political lobbying in which the PRA is currently engaged.

The new site also provides information on the commercial benefits of membership, and it has a technical FAQs section.

In addition it holds archives of recent TV interviews and has the ability to run syndicated video content.

Other facilities include an option for members to sign up for the PRA’s fortnightly newsletter ‘Petrol Heads Up’ and view the archive in the members section, and there is a downloadable PDF of the 2015 Market Review.

PRA commercial manager Gordon Balmer commented: “We are really pleased to offer this improved service to our members. It provides all the information they need and illustrates neatly why all independent fuel retailers would benefit from becoming members of the PRA.”

0845 305 4230

www.ukpra.co.uk

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