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OceanLED offers spring promotion

OceanLED is offering a special promotion this spring to the first 250 consumers who buy any four OceanLED 3010 Pro Series Lights from an authorized dealer. The program also includes a nationwide competition for participating boatyards and dealers.

For those first 250 customers, OceanLED will pay the freight for haul-out or haul-in costs anywhere in the U.S., up to $1,000 per boat. And in conjunction with Interlux, boat owners can get their vessel bottom painted or make other key improvements at the same time.

At the end of the initial promotion, which runs April 1 through June 30, OceanLED will announce the winners of the OceanLED Preferred Dealer/Boatyard Program.

The winners will be selected from dealers and boatyards that participate in the haul-in/haul-out promotion. These preferred dealers will be eligible for special product considerations and other benefits, including the option of offering the rebate for haul-outs for the rest of the year.

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