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Ribcraft launches sales promotion

Ribcraft announced its Freedom to Choose Promotion, which provides a bonus credit to customers who purchase a RIB between now and the end of year.

Customers who purchase any new Ribcraft 19 feet and larger by Dec. 31 will receive a 4 percent credit based on the total sales price. Under this program, the customer can apply this credit to additional options, commissioning services and freight.

"At Ribcraft we understand that no two customers' needs are alike, which is why we are extending our philosophy of personalization to this promotion as well," company president Brian Gray said in a statement.

"With the Freedom to Choose promotion, customers can choose how to use the incentive in a way which is most beneficial for them," he added. "For some customers this is an upgraded GPS or a personalized training package, while others may choose to apply it directly towards freight of their new boat."

This offer is available to both recreational and professional customers.

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