Sea Tow extends military membership program

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To commemorate Veterans Day on Nov. 12, Sea Tow is renewing its Membership Freeze Program for active members of the U.S. military services.

The program is available to any members of the military who are deployed during their Sea Tow membership.

To receive the benefits of the Membership Freeze program, military members need to send Sea Tow their deployment papers. Sea Tow will freeze their membership without penalty until they return. When they do so and notify Sea Tow, their membership is reactivated.

“We appreciate the sacrifices made by our military and want to make sure they are able to go boating again when they get back from duty,” Sea Tow founder and CEO Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer said in a statement. “We want to be sure they enjoy peace of mind on the water 24/7.”

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