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MarineMax signs deals with Sea Tow, Marinalife

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MarineMax announced new partnerships Thursday with Sea Tow Services International and Marinalife.

Under the terms of the Sea Tow agreement, each person who purchases a new boat from MarineMax will receive a complimentary 95-day Sea Tow Gold Card membership and each person who purchases a used or brokerage boat from MarineMax will receive a complimentary 60-day Sea Tow Gold Card membership.

All purchasers of a new, used or brokerage boat from MarineMax will receive a base-level membership in the MarineMax Rewards Club, which provides parts discounts, service specials, sales promotions, exclusive events, deals from vendor partners and concierge services to its members. Sea Tow members also will be able to opt into the base-level MarineMax Rewards Club at no charge.

Under the terms of the Marinalife agreement, Rewards Club members will receive access to marina information and reviews, destination guides, port reports and nautical charts; fuel locator and pricing; special offers and downloadable coupons for marinas and fuel; and a one-year subscription to leading boating publications.

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