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InterMarine and LH-Finance form partnership

South Florida dealer InterMarine has teamed with LH-Finance for lending. The partnership includes retail and inventory financing and pre-qualifying for buyers at select boat shows including next week’s Progressive Miami International Boat Show.

Customers who are prequalified will receive free admission for two to a boat show and a VIP package that includes access to a VIP Lounge.

“It’s refreshing to work with a young dedicated team who provides us with more than just financial services,” said Patrick Galipeau, vice-president at InterMarine, in a statement. “We believe LH-Finance’s VIP Program will be a great tool to boost our Prestige and Jeanneau sales.”

To pre-qualify, applicants provide their overall financial information. LH-Finance doesn’t pull credit reports, so a person’s credit rating won’t be affected. To start the pre-qualification process an applicant can to go the .

“Adding InterMarine to our portfolio of strategic partners is an important addition to our program and allows us to continue to grow successfully and assure an easy boat-buying process for our clients, said Hervé Bonnet, president and CEO of LH-Finance.

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