BoatU.S., ValvTect renew marketing deal

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BoatU.S. and ValvTect Marine Fuels renewed a cooperative agreement that identifies BoatU.S. cooperating marinas that are also certified ValvTect marinas.

"We are pleased to highlight BoatU.S. cooperating marinas on our website, where BoatU.S. members can receive a discount on ValvTect marine fuels as well as other products and services. As a lifelong boater and 35-year BoatU.S. member, I appreciate the many services BoatU.S. offers," ValvTect president Jerry Nessenson said in a statement.

All certified ValvTect marinas must have their fuel tanks tested before they are allowed to sell ValvTect marine fuels and they must be tested as often as twice a year thereafter.

"Our half a million members own a wide variety of boats with many types of engines, but they all want fuel that can stand up to harsh marine environments," BoatU.S. cooperating marina program manager David Mann said in a statement. "ValvTect's gasoline and diesel fuels help them avoid having a bad day on the water, giving them one less thing to worry about. It's a smart partnership and just another way we make boating better for our members."

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