Manitou to waive surcharge for dealers

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Manitou Pontoon Boats and GE Capital announced an agreement that will enable Manitou to waive the 2 percent inventory finance surcharge for its Manitou dealer network during the 2011 model year.

This will go into effect Monday, the first day of Manitou's annual dealer meeting.

"We are extremely excited to offer this competitive advantage to our dealers, using GE Capital financing," Manitou president S. Scott VanWagenen said in a statement.

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