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Marinalife.com teams with Take Me Fishing campaign

Marinalife.com, a leading online concierge and trip-planning service for boaters, formed a new affiliate partnership with TakeMeFishing.org.

"Marinalife really closes the loop with what the Take Me Fishing campaign provides - TakeMeFishing.org is a great information site and this partnership allows online visitors to complete their experience by using Marinalife.com tools to make reservations," said Joy McPeters, president of Marinalife.com, in a statement.

In addition to having access to Marinalife.com's online reservation services, visitors to TakeMeFishing.org also will benefit from the other partnerships that Marinalife has with its marina members and other marine service providers.

"The more information and tools that boaters have at their fingertips, the more enjoyable and hassle-free their boating experience will be - and that's how we keep people on the water," said Frank Peterson, president of the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation, in a statement.

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