Ribcraft announces year-end promotion

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Ribcraft, a leading builder of professional-grade rigid inflatable boats, announced a year-end promotion that provides a credit to customers who purchase a new boat between now and the end of the year.

Customers who purchase any new Ribcraft 19 feet or up by Dec. 31 will receive a 5 percent credit, based on the total sales price. The customer can apply this credit toward additional options, commissioning services and freight.

"This promotion offers customers the flexibility to use the credit in a way which benefits them the most," company president Brian Gray said in a statement. "For some customers this may mean upgraded electronics, while others may choose to apply it directly toward freight of their new boat."

This offer is available to recreational and professional customers.

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