Ranger Boats launches sales promotion

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Ranger Boats announced the return of its "Gotcha Covered" retail sales promotion.

It runs through March 31 and is available for buyers of Ranger's most popular freshwater models. During this period, consumers who buy one of those models from an authorized Ranger dealer will receive a custom-matched deluxe boat cover valued at $900 and a Ranger Owners Group membership, which includes a $100 credit toward member-specific merchandise available through RangerOwnerStore.com.

The $1,000 "Gotcha Covered" incentive is limited to new eligible Ranger boats sold during the promotion's time frame and powered by Yamaha, Mercury, Evinrude or Suzuki engines. Freshwater models eligible for the promotion include:

  • Z-500 Comanche Series
  • Fisherman Series
  • Z-100 Series
  • Reata Series

Based in Flippin, Ark., Ranger Boats is the nation's largest manufacturer of fiberglass fishing boats, which include series of bass, multispecies, fish 'n play and saltwater boats.

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