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NEW Put the MSD Ignition Media Web Page to Work

MSD has a new logo and more.

Peter Tarach
Oct 17, 2011

We want to be more than only a performance ignition company - we want to offer the solution to performance electronics and integration throughout any vehicle. To this new direction MSD will have some branding changes that include a new name and logo along with a new web address, www.msdperformance.com.

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For the time being our previous web address will remain active to accommodate existing links and recognition. We ask that all future references to our brand be presented as "MSD" and no longer include "Ignition" in the name. We recognize this will not be an instant change but ask for your help updating any MSD branding on articles, websites, and all other items in the time between 1 November 2011 and 31 December 2011.

By Peter Tarach
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