Zodiac Boats launches sales promotions

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Zodiac Boats of North America, a subsidiary of Zodiac ZMP, announced multiple spring sales promotions on select models.

"We've seen an uptick in our recent product sales across the board for both primary boats and tenders, so we felt this was an appropriate time to offer multiple customer incentive packages in an effort to maintain that progress," vice president Gary Durnan said in a statement.

"With the weather warming up and customers getting ready for the boating season, this is the perfect time to offer these discounts to current and potential new boaters," he added.

Two of the latest promotions cover the 2011 SE (Special Edition) Cadet Series 310 Neo Tender and the SE 310 Neo Lite, as well as the new 2011 Cadet 310 Bayrunner Lite model. Introductory pricing is available on the SE 310 models, and the Bayrunner Lite is also available in a limited-time offer while supplies last.

All current sales programs are for a limited time only, the company said.

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