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Winners announced in MarineMax/Interlux contest

MarineMax and Interlux announced the winners of their Fiberglass Bottomkote Aqua contest.

Steve Gorman of Lake Ozark, Mo., Donald Kingfield of Stuart, Fla., and Marshall Siegel of Brick, N.J., each won $1,000 in cash value toward their next Interlux paint job.

The contest was advertised in the MarineMax Rewards Savings Guide, a quarterly publication sent to members of the MarineMax Rewards Club and other high-end boat owners across the country.

Initial base membership in the rewards club is complimentary to those who purchase a new or used boat from MarineMax.

Interlux sponsored the contest via the MarineMax savings guide as a way to help promote its new Fiberglass Bottomkote Aqua, a bottom paint that protects against all types of fouling, including hard shell, weed and slime, but has a thinner film build for optimal speed and cruising efficiencies.

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