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Magazine helping dealers clear inventory

Boating World magazine will feature an Inventory Blowout special section in the July/August issue to help boatbuilders and dealers clear out 2008 and 2009 inventory.

"Our goal is to connect buyers looking for great prices with the dealers who are offering special deals and incentives on their existing inventory," said Duncan McIntosh, publisher of Boating World, in a statement. "If buyers have been on the fence about purchasing boats, this section might be just the trick to lure them out of the woodwork and straight to a dealer."

With several ad sizes available, the Inventory Blowout Sale is also available to dealers and manufacturers of marine products such as electronics and outboard engines.

Sea Magazine, targeting the Western power boater, will also have an Inventory Blowout Sale in the July and August issues.

For information, call (949) 660-6150 or e-mail sales@goboating.com.

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