Sea Ray, ValvTect team up on fuel promotion

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Sea Ray Owners Club is continuing its partnership with ValvTect Petroleum Products’ marine division, the groups announced.

The partnership will begin with a special promotion at all Sea Ray dealer fuel docks selling ValvTect Marine Fuel. Club members will receive an extra point in their Sea Ray earnings account for every gallon of ValvTect Marine Fuel purchased at a Sea Ray dealer’s dock until June 30, 2011, up to 500 gallons.

The Sea Ray earnings account is a way for club members to receive points for service, parts, storage and fuel purchased at a Sea Ray dealer. Points allow members to earn a rebate on the purchase of their next new previously untitled Sea Ray.

Sea Ray Owners Club members can also save 15 percent on ValvTect Marine Fuel Additives by visiting Sea Ray’s Web site.

“More than 80 Sea Ray dealers are already selling ValvTect Marine Fuel on their docks,” said Chandler Greene, executive director of the Sea Ray Owners Club. “This promotion will give our members an extra perk every time they refuel with ValvTect Marine Fuels.”

Jerry Nessenson, president of ValvTect Petroleum Products, said his company welcomes the opportunity to work with the Sea Ray Owners Club.

“The partnership between the Owners Club and ValvTect is a win-win for Sea Ray owners and our certified ValvTect Marina operators nationwide,” Nessenson said.

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