The MasterCraft Winter Boat Show Program

MasterCraft is pleased to announce the launch of its new Winter Boat Show Program. Consumers can now save thousands on the purchase of a new MasterCraft boat during the 2010 Boat Show season.

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$1,500 on 2010 Models
$3,000 on 2009 Models
$6,000 on 2008 Models
$8,000 on 2007 Models
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The program is available for new, unregistered MasterCraft boats sold and warranty registered in the USA and Canada by participating MasterCraft Dealers. Contact your local dealer soon because this offer is only available for 14 days following the close of your dealer's Winter Boat Show (show dates vary by market). Customers must take delivery and dealer must submit warranty registration no later than April 15, 2010.

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Simply put, this limited time program is designed to encourage retail sales of in-stock dealer inventories. “With dealer inventory shrinking to unprecedented levels, this program is the best opportunity to receive significant savings on the purchase of a new MasterCraft,” said Parker Stair, MasterCraft’s Director of Sales. “Our goal is to liquidate all remaining 2009 and older inventory before spring.” In our recovering economy, these deals won’t last long.

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So, don’t wait for the Boat Show, visit your MasterCraft dealer today for the best selection.



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