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Furuno rolls out NavNet rebate offer

Electronics manufacturer Furuno is stepping up its marketing efforts to capitalize on the spring refit season, offering savings to consumers with its “Colossal NavNet Rebate.”

“Imagine getting up to $6,000 back when you purchase a multi-station system,” reads a Furuno brochure on the rebate offer.

The rebate delivers boaters substantial savings on every generation of NavNet, including NavNet 3D, TZtouch and vx2 systems.

Consumers will be rebated $1,500 on 9- and 14-inch NavNet TZtouch displays and NavNet 3D Black Box Systems. On 8- and 12-inch NavNet 3D displays and NavNet TZtouch Black Box, consumers can get $1,000 back. Consumers can also get $500 back on a NavNet vx2 system.

The rebate will continue through June 30. A downloadable form is available at www.furunousa.com.

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