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FOX RACING SHOX Launches New Website with Promotion - "In A PERFECT WORLD."

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WATSONVILLE, CA —California-based Fox Racing Shox has unveiled its new website, including a new promotion called 'In A Perfect World'.Users can now compare specs, print or send a specific product page, share videos and news, find Fox at the races, locate a dealer, and learn how to service Fox products. Other features include:• Individual product pages are now printable, emailable and shareable.•

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