Sea-Doo.net is Back!
It’s seems like a short while ago that I had just taken over (Bought It) Sea-Doo.net, but it’s been a long time now, over 16 years!
I was a complete no-nothing about Websites but knew enough that it was the BIG thing and if I didn’t fit the bill, who else? I had a lot of background in the business, many years in a Kawasaki Dealership my Dad owned back in the early 70’s, been involved with Rotax engines and even rode a 250 Can Am to several FTR wins in the mid 70’s as well. That was my start with Bombardier! Even back then they were innovators. (Just a little background on where we have come from and where we are today.)
I have been promising a new site for a awhile, just couldn’t swing it financially. We have saved and scrimped everywhere we can to make the new site happen. There are sites that try and mimic Sea-Doo.net, but no sir, not gonna happen! Not if I have a breath left in my body. The new sea-doo.net will allow us to do more with the community. Now you can post pictures, video’s, instagram and tech questions in our new forum! If you see something that is off, please let us know. (Man we have really tried to make SDN what people expect from us.)
Sea-Doo.net is feature rich, and when you sign up, you are ready to go! If you use a cell phone for a lot of things these days, know we have also formatted the whole site to work on mobile screens for optimal viewing of Sea-Doo.net!
Thank all for your patience once again, please help us rally everyone back on! No site is easier to join, you’ll be posting in less than about 1.5-2 minutes!
Thanks to everyone who made Sea-Doo.net what it is. You are the site, I just help it keep alive, current, and CORRECT with tech. I am excited about all the new things we can do!!
Sincerely, Glen Perry
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