Brunswick extends payment protection program

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Brunswick is expanding its consumer payment protection program to include nine more of its boat lines, bringing to 12 the number of lines involved in the campaign.

The program, first announced last month, makes monthly boat payments for up to nine months for buyers who lose their jobs. Consumers must take delivery of their boats before July 6.

New brands added to the promotion include Cypress Cay and Palmetto Pontoon, Harris FloteBote, Kayot, as well as certain models of the Crestliner, Lowe, Lund, Princecraft and Triton aluminum boat lines. Bayliner, Maxum and Trophy already announced their involvement in the program.

The qualifying monthly payments are up to $500 for Bayliner, Maxum and Trophy brands, and up to $250 a month for the other brands.

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