Si-Tex, Jeppesen add to chart plotter promotion

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Si-Tex Marine Electronics and Jeppesen teamed up to strengthen their previously announced 2011 sales promotion, now providing North American boaters with comprehensive C-MAP Max Wide electronic chart coverage at no charge when they purchase any new Si-Tex EC Series chart plotter.

During the promotion, which runs through Dec. 31, each Si-Tex EC-5, EC-7 and EC-11 chart plotter will come with a C-MAP MAX Wide chart card packaged in the box.

"This promotion couldn't be any easier to take advantage of," Si-Tex vice president of sales Allen Schneider said in a statement. "There are no extra purchases to make or rebate forms to fill out. When a boater purchases one of these new EC Series units it comes ready to sail, right out of the box, with the C-MAP MAX Wide chart card for his region. This is a great deal and a great way for boaters to experience the full power of our EC-Series plotters and C-MAP Max charts."

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