Malibu announces holiday promotion


Malibu Boats is offering dealer incentives to encourage people to buy a boat during the holiday season.

The Rockin' Christmas Event is a cooperative agreement between Malibu Boats factory and its national dealer network to offer discounts on boat inventory as well as 2010 custom-order boats if purchased by Dec. 31. Boating and water-sports accessories will be included with the purchase. Merchandise will vary from dealer to dealer.

The dealer can also work with the buyer to create "the ultimate gift unveiling" by bringing the vessel by the house on Christmas morning or revealing the boat during an annual holiday gathering.

Since 1982, Malibu has been creating quality ski boats and is the world's number one selling wakeboard and water ski boat.

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