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Mercury Marine rolls out financing program

Mercury Marine launched a repower finance program the company said that will make it easier for consumers to get the engine performance they want with flexible financing for a broad range of buyers.

“Easy and attractive financing makes the sale for many boaters,” Mercury Marine vice president of sales and marketing Randy Caruana said in a statement, “so we are very pleased to offer our dealers competitive repower financing on Mercury engines."

The program is funded by Medallion Bank, which specializes in accepting buyers with a wide range of credit histories. Program administration is handled by Brunswick Financial Services, a fully owned subsidiary of Brunswick Corp.

“The Mercury Repower Finance program is a turnkey solution for our dealers and our customers,” said Scott Ward, vice president, Brunswick Financial Services. “Online processing and expert support to fast approvals and same-day closings will complement the dealers’ selling activities and drive more sales of Mercury engines.”

Mercury dealers interested in offering repower financing can register on MercNET, the Mercury intranet portal for dealer products and services.

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