Si-Tex, Jeppesen unveil chart promotion

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Si-Tex Marine Electronics and Jeppesen teamed up to provide boaters with a full-featured C-MAP by Jeppesen Max Wide electronic chart at no charge when they purchase any new EC-Series navigation system from Si-Tex.

During the sales promotion, which is available through Si-Tex’s North American dealers and runs throughout 2012, each Si-Tex EC-5, EC-7 and EC-11 chart plotter will come with an appropriate C-MAP Max Wide SD Card packaged right in the box (based on the region of sale).

“We’ve taken steps to make this promotion not only valuable, but also as easy as possible for boaters across the U.S. and Canada,” 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 you purchase any one of these three new EC Series units, the full C-MAP Max chart you need will be prepackaged right in the box.”

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