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VIDEO: Mercury event starts tonight in New Orleans

BARATARIA, La. — Mercury Marine remains tight-lipped about the news it plans to break tonight at its press event in New Orleans.

Click play to watch.

Mercury will have a dozen boats from 17 to 29 feet rigged with Mercury engines and technology ready for testing.

Mercury offered no specifics, but Tom Mielke, an adviser with Mercury’s communications department, did say that “many of the new products and new boat and engine combinations have never been previously seen or tested.”

— Chris Landry

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