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Geonav unveils rebate program

Geonav, which recently entered the marine electronics market, is offering as much as $1,000 in rebates on selected products.

“We launched our full product line this past fall and have had terrific interest from consumers,” business director Bruce Angus said in a statement. “We are offering early adopters a great incentive to buy Geonav to see why we have so much confidence in our products.”

The introductory rebate program will be offered through July 15.

Johnson Outdoors Marine Electronics Inc. consists of the Geonav, Humminbird, Minn Kota and Cannon brands.

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