BRP teams with Sea Tow, TowBoatUS on promotion

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BRP announced a collaborative dealer program for Sea Tow and TowBoatUS.

Now through June 30, Sea Tow and TowBoatUS franchises in the United States and Canada can take advantage of this program when they purchase a qualifying Evinrude E-TEC engine from an authorized Evinrude dealer.

Benefits for each qualified purchase include:

• 10 percent rebate on each loose engine

• Free SystemCheck rigging

• One-year commercial warranty

“Evinrude recognizes the important role both Sea Tow and TowBoatUS play in helping recreational boaters stay safe and enjoy their time on the water,” Evinrude sales director for North America Andre Parent said in a statement. “With industry-leading performance and low maintenance cost, the Evinrude E-TEC is a good fit for these important organizations and we are proud to partner with our dealer network to offer them a great package of incentives.”

For details, contact an authorized participating Evinrude dealer or call (866) EVINRUDE. Click here to find a local Evinrude dealer.

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