Zodiac using aggressive pricing to reduce inventory

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Zodiac of North America, a leading manufacturer of inflatable boats and rigid-hull inflatable boats, is holding a spring "stimulus" sale for Avon and Zodiac jet tenders currently in inventory.

"It's no secret that the marine industry is in a slump," said Gary Durnan, vice president at Zodiac, in a statement. "So we decided boaters needed their own 'stimulus' plan - one that can help them get into the serious jet tender of their dreams."

The spring stimulus sale saves customers 25 percent off the Zodiac ProJet 350 and Avon Seasport 320 Jet models. Freight and pre-delivery inspection fees are extra, and the sale is limited to in-stock models, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Each feature international warranties and are supported by worldwide networks of dealers.

Stevensville, Md.-based Zodiac of North America is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Zodiac Marine and Pool, a Carlyle Group portfolio company.

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