Furuno rolls out NavNet rebate offer

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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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