Lowrance offering rebate on GPS device

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Lowrance, a leader in GPS navigational systems, is offering a limited-time, rebate promotion on its AirMap 600C Aviation GPS.

All purchases made from authorized Lowrance retailers in the U.S. or Canada through Dec.31, 2008 are eligible for a $50 mail-in rebate.

Consumers who purchase the AirMap 600C Aviation GPS between July 24 and Dec. 31, 2008, must download, complete and mail-in a rebate form from www.lowrance.com.

All rebate forms must be received by Jan. 15, 2009. Submission of the original UPC bar code from the product box and a copy of the sales receipt are required.

The Lowrance brand is wholly owned by Navico, a privately held, international marine electronics company.

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