Marinalife adds to discount program

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Marinalife announced the expansion of its discount program.

Cardholders now have access to thousands of discounts and a streamlined way to search for them by keyword, city, state, body of water and category. The discounts include savings of as much as 50 percent on dockage, fuel, repairs, towing, service and maintenance, restaurants and more.

“The discount program is another benefit that we can offer to boaters,” Marinalife owner Joy McPeters said in a statement.

“Now, in addition to the online marina reservations, travel tools and boater's insurance that we provide, we also offer ways to save money,” she added. “It fits perfectly with our mission to provide boaters with ways to enhance their boating experience, and everybody likes to save money.”

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