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Brewer Yacht Yards schedules open house

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Brewer Yacht Yards is hosting its first companywide open house on March 19. All 22 marinas will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on that Saturday to start the coming boating season.

One visitor will get a free seasonal slip for 2011 at a Brewer location of the recipient's choice. Other promotional incentives include 50 percent off winter storage and $100 fuel gift cards. Each yard will offer additional giveaways and gifts. Brewer staff will offer tours of the facilities, amenities and services.

The "Refer A Friend" program will continue through the open house. The promotion encourages Brewer customers to introduce boaters to the Brewer family and save 5 percent on 2011 slip fees.

Brewer has locations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine and New York.

For information, click here for the nearest location or contact Douglas Domenie at (860) 767-0001.

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