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Bennington Marine offers Sea Tow trial membership

Bennington Marine is partnering with Sea Tow Services International to offer the Sea Care program.
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Bennington Marine is partnering with Sea Tow Services International to offer the Sea Care program, a 95-day Sea Tow membership, with each new boat sold.

The membership provides free on-water assistance, such as towing, fuel drops, jump-starts and prop disentanglements. Sea Tow members also get discounts at more than 1,700 national and local partners, including the car rental companies Avis and Budget.

After the trial membership period customers get an opportunity to renew for a full year. There is no commitment to purchase an annual membership once the trial membership expires.

“Sea Tow is committed to boating safety, and we are proud to partner with them,” Bennington Marine vice president of sales Todd Meier said in a statement. “Providing valuable programs like Sea Tow to our customers is much more than good business. It’s the right thing to do.”

“Sea Tow is pleased to welcome Bennington Marine to our Sea Care program,” said Cindy McCaffery, Sea Tow’s vice president of program development. “Our expert Sea Tow captains and staff are standing by 24/7 and look forward to helping make the boating experience worry-free for new Bennington Marine owners. The special offer on Sea Tow membership ensures that all Bennington Marine owners can focus on enjoying their day on the water.”

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