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MasterCraft, Sea Tow team up for promotion

MasterCraft Boat Company has partnered with Sea Tow to provide a complimentary one-year Gold Card membership to anyone who purchases a 2009 Saltwater Series MasterCraft.

MasterCraft introduced its Saltwater Series in 2005 and says it has seen promising growth.

“We were the first company to truly recognize that active boaters in coastal markets aspire to pull wakeboarders, skiers and tubers just like our owners do in fresh water,” said Parker Stair, MasterCraft director of sales, in a statement. “Now by extending a Sea Tow membership to all who choose to buy a 2009 MasterCraft Saltwater Series boat, we add world class protection to an already first-rate product,” he added.

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