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Pro-Line Boats promotion extended into November

Baja Marine, the parent of Pro-Line Boats, said this week that it is extending a promotion on its family fishing boats from 23 to 35 feet through the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which ends Nov. 4.

Consumers who buy a new 2013 or 2014 Pro-Line 23-foot Dual Console, Sport, Express or XP model are eligible to receive a $1,000 factory rebate. Those who purchase a new 2013 or 2014 Pro-Line in the 26- to 35-foot range, including the Sport, Grand Sport, XP or Express models, will receive a $3,000 rebate.

Prospective buyers can go to the Pro-Line website to register and print out a coupon. Then they visit a dealer, arrange to buy the model they want, take delivery by Nov. 4 and mail the coupon, warranty registration card and a copy of the contract to Pro-Line.

“Our summer coupon promotion has been extremely popular, not only with existing owners looking to trade up to a new model, but also with many first-time Pro-Line boat buyers,” Baja Marine vice president Nick Miller said in a statement.

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