Sea Tow signs deal with fishing-charter booker

Fishing charter booking resource FishingBooker.com joined the Sea Tow Savings Club.
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Fishing charter booking resource FishingBooker.com joined the Sea Tow Savings Club.

All registered Sea Tow members receive a $50 discount on any fishing trip they book through FishingBooker.com. The discount is applied at checkout when a Sea Tow member enters the coupon code 50OFFSEATOW.

“If you’ve been postponing that day out on the water bagging your limit of snapper with the kids, or stalking trophy-sized tarpon on the crystal-clear flats, it’s never been a better time to find the perfect guide, now at a great price,” Sea Tow president Kristen Frohnhoefer said in a statement.

“We also encourage fishing charter boat owners and captains who use Sea Tow’s services to consider FishingBooker.com as a valuable means of increasing their bookings and growing their brand awareness.”

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