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South Bay offers Evinrude financing promotion

South Bay Pontoons has partnered with Evinrude for a 100th anniversary sales event.

The sales promotion offers the consumer a five-year BRP factory-backed warranty and a special low consumer-financing program. The promotion begins Jan. 1 and runs through April 15.

Consumers who purchase and take delivery of eligible engines from a participating South Bay dealer during the promotional period will receive a five-year, factory-backed limited warranty [three-year BRP factory warranty plus an additional two-year B.E.S.T. (BRP Extended Service Terms) coverage] and special financing on entire boat packages.

The promotion is offered in the U.S. on South Bay boats powered by new, unused 2009 model year and earlier Evinrude E-TEC engines 40-hp and above. To participate in the offer, consumers must visit a SouthBay dealer.

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