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Boating magazine partners with iboats.com

Boating magazine has partnered with iboats.com to provide editorial content for the site.

Boating editorial will be featured in such iboats.com sections as New Boat Showroom, Boat Classifieds, Marine Store, online forums and the biweekly Review newsletter.

Other elements of the partnership include advertising programs that offer exposure on both the magazine’s Web site and iboats.com, as well as an opportunity for dealers and brokers to list boats in the iboats.com classifieds.

“Together, boatingmag.com and iboats.com create an ideal environment where advertisers can more effectively and economically reach potential buyers based on their online behavior,” said Wade Luce, Boating vice president/publisher, in a statement.

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