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LaserPerformance to give away boat on Facebook

LaserPerformance is offering a Facebook fan the opportunity to win a Laser through the company's Facebook page. Users can log on and become a fan to be included in the drawing, which will be made Dec. 1.

All existing fans are automatically in the draw and the boat will be made available in time for Christmas.

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"Social media has been an important part of our marketing strategy for the past year. The online community is extremely active and we've been impressed with the outstanding growth in our Facebook traffic," LaserPerformance Europe managing director Mark Henry said.

Click here for the full press release.

Click here for the company's Facebook page.

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