Malibu honors 'everyday heroes'

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Malibu Boats is recognizing North America's everyday heroes - military, firefighters, law enforcement, educators, and medical professionals - with the Malibu Hero Boat Buying Event this spring.

"Malibu Boats feels very strongly about honoring everyday heroes that make a difference in our lives," the company said in a statement.

Malibu Boats and its entire U.S. and Canadian dealer network are offering each hero a reduced price on a custom-ordered 2009 Malibu Wakesetter and a collection of free options. The program also includes a specially designed badge, a $250 Malibu gear gift certificate and custom options, as well as recognition on the Malibu Hero Wall online.

The Malibu Hero Wall will feature the photos and stories of these inspirational heroes.

Send an e-mail to heroes@malibuboats.com with your military, law enforcement, firefighting, teaching or medical hero story and pictures.

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