Sea Tow signs deal with online slip reservation site

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Sea Tow said it has partnered with Snag-A-Slip, an online boat slip reservation site, offering members a discount when they book on the site.

Sea Tow members who reserve a boat slip using Snag-A-Slip will receive $10 on their reservation and accelerated rewards. Snag-A-Slip partners with more than 500 marinas across the nation.

“We are excited that Snag-A-Slip is participating in our Sea Tow Savings Club and is able to provide an exclusive rewards program to our members so they can venture out to new areas with the confidence of knowing they have a place to dock,” Sea Tow marketing director Vanessa Kraus said in a statement. “We hope that this discount with Snag-A-Slip will encourage our members to explore new areas while having a fun, safe and well-planned trip in place.”

The company’s website and app allow boaters to search marinas by region, city or marina name and then search for slip availability based on travel dates, length, beam, draw and power requirements.

“Our mission is to inspire boaters to explore the waterways and experience new destinations,” said Paige Holden, vice president of marketing for Snag-A-Slip. “Sea Tow members now have the benefit of our partnership and know they can count on our website to provide them with everything they need to explore and book their next destination.”

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