Promotional materials now available for boatbuilders and dealers

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Grow Boating has made a range of Discover Boating promotional materials available to dealers and boatbuilders at no cost. The resources are available at GrowBoating.org in the 'Tools You Can Use' section.

Discover Boating materials, collateral and tools include: Promotional materials (including videos, window clings, floor decals, brochures, fliers, bumper stickers, posters); web content (videos, interactive tools, printable checklists); social media content (via the Get Social with Discover Boating program); boating lifestyle image gallery; videos (Welcome to the Water, Stories of Discovery, A Good Run, Boating Guy). 

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