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RealTruck.com has new logo

RealTruck.com this week introduced the company's new logo, website and mission. This rebranding is indicative of RealTruck's evolution as a brand, its commitment to improvement and its vision for the future.

RealTruck.com this week introduced the company’s new logo, website and mission. This rebranding is indicative of RealTruck’s evolution as a brand, its commitment to improvement and its vision for the future.

The company’s new mission statement says, “Revolutionizing the truck accessories industry through a focus on innovation, inspiration and unmatched service. RealTruck provides an immersive and engaging experience for truck enthusiasts through expert advice and comprehensive information on every product we sell.”

The revised mission statement reflects RealTruck’s commitment to maintaining its standards of service, while paving the way forward for the truck accessories industry. It also inspired the new company’s new logo and website design update.

“Any website that plans to seriously compete within its sphere should be constantly updating itself and implementing proven best practices that provide the optimal experience for a shopper,” said RealTruck President Jeff Vanlaningham. “We know that customers desire cleaner, modern websites that follow suit with the apps and technologies with which they’ve grown comfortable. This formed the basis of our redesign, but we are taking steps even beyond that. RealTruck.com will provide an immersive shopping experience for truck accessory enthusiasts that allows customers to really understand their product and make a truly informed purchasing decision.”

Visit www.RealTruck.com to begin exploring the new and improved website.

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