Freedom Boat Club members gain access to Evinrude engines

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BRP said its Evinrude E-TEC G2 engines are available at corporate and franchise locations for members of the Freedom Boat Club.

More than 16,000 members of the nationwide organization will have access to the outboards.

“The opportunity to experience Evinrude E-TEC G2 engines is just one of the many outstanding benefits we offer our members,” said Freedom Boat Club president and CEO John Giglio in a statement.

“Freedom Boat Club members range from seasoned boaters who want greater simplicity, convenience and affordability to brand new members experiencing boating for the first time,” Giglio said. “Evinrude’s technology and innovation is an attractive match for our club operators and members who enjoy a maintenance-free boating lifestyle.”

“We are very proud to offer our award-winning E-TEC G2 engines to the Freedom Boat Club,” said Tracy Crocker, senior vice president and general manager of Evinrude. “Regardless of boating style or type of conditions, Freedom Boat Club corporate and franchise club operators will enjoy the exhilarating performance and unmatched torque the E-TEC G2 provides; and with no oil changes or scheduled maintenance for years, our engines perfectly complement the worry-free lifestyle that the Freedom Boat Club offers.”

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