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Brewer marinas set to hold open-house events

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Boaters across New England are invited to attend Brewer Yacht Yard Group's second annual companywide open house.

All 22 marinas from New York to Maine will be open to provide tours of the facilities, services and amenities, offer educational displays and information and to welcome boaters to experience the “Brewer Difference,” according to the company.

Brewer personnel will be on hand to meet guests and customers from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Sept. 29 during the open house. Brewer Yacht Yard at Greenport (N.Y.) will be open from 4-7 p.m.

Information about winter storage programs and 2013 slips will be available. Brewer invites those who attend to plan winter arrangements during the open house.

Raffle prizes will be awarded, including one free 35-foot slip for the 2013 summer season. Other promotional incentives include the chance to win fuel vouchers, outside winter storage at the yard of your choice, gift cards and giveaways. A light lunch and beverages will be provided.

Brewer Yacht Yards’ Preferred Membership program rewards seasonal customers with fuel discounts, free transient dockage nights and discounts at local merchants. By making winter storage arrangements with a Brewer yard, customers become part of the program and can benefit with savings on future boating activities.

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