Gekko schedules demo day in May

Gekko said its Get Stoked On Summer National Demo Day is scheduled for May 21.
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Gekko said its Get Stoked On Summer National Demo Day is scheduled for May 21.

The company said the event gives consumers across North America an opportunity to check out its line of ski, wake and surf boats at participating dealers.

Demo day participants are eligible for special dealer incentives and free Gekko T-shirts and decals.

“Skiing and wake sports participation is way up and Gekko offers an exceptional package of content and performance at the industry’s best prices,” Gekko founder and CEO Mark Overbye said in a statement.

“The national demo day is a great way for dealers and consumers to connect, learn more about Gekko and see how they can get a lot more for less than they expect.”

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