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Stratos Boats announces sales promotion

Stratos Boats launched a new "Step Up or Step Back" retail sales promotion that runs through March 31 and offers consumers incentives of as much as $1,000 on selected models.

The program is available to buyers of new, previously unsold Stratos models. During the promotional time frame, those who purchase qualifying Stratos boats will receive as much as $750 in cash discounts or as much as $750 in down payment assistance (depending on boat/outboard combination), plus a $250 credit toward premium Stratos apparel available only through

Program incentives include:

  • $750 discount or down payment assistance, plus $250 Stratos apparel credit on eligible boats powered by outboards of 150 horsepower or more
  • $500 discount or down payment assistance, plus $250 Stratos apparel credit on eligible boats powered by outboards of 135 horsepower or less.

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