Brunswick extends payment plan to Canada

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Brunswick Corp. is expanding its payment protection promotion to its customers in Canada.

Canadian boat buyers who purchase one of 12 Brunswick brands can have their monthly payments made for them if they lose their jobs because of the current economic conditions. The brands in the program include Bayliner, Maxum, Triton, Trophy, Cypress Cay, Palmetto Pontoon, Harris FloteBote, Kayot, and select models of Crestliner, Lowe, Lund Princecraft and Triton.

The qualifying monthly payments are up to $500 a month for some brands and up to $250 per month for others. Under the Canadian plan, the participating Brunswick boat brands will pay up to six months of payments.

Customers must take delivery by July 26.

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