Pettit Marine Paint unveils rebate program

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Pettit Marine Paint is offering a new rebate program for consumers.

Between now and May 31, Pettit is offering rebates up to $20 per gallon on select Pettit antifouling paint. This initiative follows the company's 2009 stimulus rebate program, which saved U.S. boat owners more than $300,000.

"We understand what people are going through, which is why we're striving to find ways to make boating more affordable," Pettit director of sales and marketing Don Zabransky said in a statement. "Being an entirely American company makes it easy for us. Instead of sending profits overseas, like our competition does, we give back to the people who matter most, our customers."

Click here for information on the program.

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