Sea Tow offers veteran membership exemption

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In honor of Veteran's Day, Sea Tow Services International reminds members of the armed forces about its Sea Tow Membership Military Freeze Program.

This program allows Sea Tow members in the military who are deployed in the line of duty to suspend their membership without penalty during their deployment.

“To apply for this program, all you need to do is to send a copy of your deployment papers to Sea Tow, and we will freeze your membership until your return,” Sea Tow founder and CEO Capt. Joseph Frohnhoefer said in a statement.

“Upon your arrival back home, just let us know, and your Sea Tow membership will be activated again for any remaining time, which means you will have access to all of the benefits we provide our members,” he added. “With the support of our captains, Sea Tow strives to give veterans and active members of the military peace of mind on the water — and wherever their service may take them.”


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