VIDEO: Grow Boating offers companies free promotional assets

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The program offers videos and photos for marine businesses to use. Photo courtesy Grow Boating.

The program offers videos and photos for marine businesses to use. Photo courtesy Grow Boating.

The National Marine Manufacturers Association is urging marine businesses to take advantage of the “Tools You Can Use section” of the Grow Boating website.

The Grow Boating Industry Resource Center offers videos and high-res images or point-of-sale materials such as bumper stickers, window clings and educational flyers, according to the NMMA.

Here’s an example of a video, called “A Good Run,” during which an older man watches videos of his boating life from childhood to later with his wife, kids and grandkids.

Check out the “Tools You Can Use” section here.


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