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E-newsletter series: Today’s Boat Buyers

Starting tomorrow and leading up to the start of the Miami International Boat Show next Thursday, Trade Only Today will present a five-part series titled: “Today’s Boat Buyer.”

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Each day we will feature a different person or couple who recently purchased a boat, and their reasons for buying in this challenging market. Tomorrow, you will meet Doug and Lynne Stebbins of Port Washington, N.Y., who recently bought a 32-foot Nordic Tug. Despite the slump, there still are folks out there who believe this is the right time to buy the boat they’ve been dreaming of.

We hope you find this series useful.

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