Ranger Boats rolls out military promotion

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Current and former military personnel wishing to live the boating lifestyle can take advantage of engine horsepower rebates and other exclusive offers through the Operation Troop Salute program offered by Ranger Boats.

The retail promotion, available on qualifying new-boat purchases made from authorized Ranger dealers, runs through July 31.

The incentive package includes a factory rebate of $2 per engine horsepower from Ranger and an additional $2 per horsepower from Evinrude on packages powered by Evinrude outboards.

The benefits also include a $100 RangerWear clothing and accessories coupon card, along with a custom, dye-sublimated Troop Salute hoodie, T-shirt and decals.

To be eligible, customers must either be serving, retired from or have previous service in the U.S. armed forces. Qualifying boats include any new Ranger boat, motor and trailer package that has not previously been registered. The program is not limited to the current model year.

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