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Sea Ray Owners Club launches ValvTect offer

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The Sea Ray Owners Club is continuing its exclusive partnership with ValvTect Petroleum Products, the group announced.

The partnership is being launched with a special promotion at all Sea Ray dealers’ fuel docks that sell ValvTect marine fuels. Owners club members will receive an extra award point in their Sea Ray Earnings Account for every gallon of ValvTect marine fuel purchased at a Sea Ray dealer’s fuel dock until June 30, 2012, as much as 500 gallons.

These points allow members to earn a rebate on the purchase of their next new previously untitled Sea Ray.

ValvTect marine fuels are specially formulated for marine engines and can provide Sea Ray owners extra protection and performance from ethanol and ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel,” Sea Ray Owners Club executive director Chandler Greene said in a statement. “The promotion will give our Sea Ray Owners Club members an extra perk every time they refuel with ValvTect marine fuels.”

Jerry Nessenson, president of ValvTect Petroleum Products, added, “The partnership between the Sea Ray Owners Club and ValvTect Marine Fuels is a win-win for Sea Ray owners and Certified ValvTect Marina operators who are also Sea Ray dealers.”

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