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Ranger announces anniversary promo

Ranger announces anniversary promo

As a tribute to the company’s 45th Anniversary, which is being celebrated this year, a new Ranger Boats sales promotion will include special incentives, providing customers with a combined retail value of up to $1,450 with a qualifying purchase.

The promotion runs through Feb. 15 and applies to purchases of Ranger’s most popular freshwater models. Any new Z500 Comanche Series or Fisherman Series model sold during the period will be automatically upgraded to include a custom, deluxe Ranger boat cover – a retail value of $950 – as well as a $500 credit toward premium Ranger clothing and accessories available through RangerWear.com.

Additionally, any new Z100 Series, Angler Series or Reata Series model sold during the promotion will also include the custom, deluxe Ranger boat cover upgrade as well as a $300 credit toward premium clothing and accessories.

The program incentive is limited to new, eligible Ranger boats sold during the promotion’s timeframe powered by Yamaha, Mercury, Evinrude or Suzuki engines. No other offers can be combined with the promotion, with the exception of Ranger’s “Operation Troop Salute” military appreciation program, which includes a custom dye-sub clothing package and up to $4 per engine horsepower rebate for qualifying military personnel.

For more, see your local dealer or visit www.rangerboats.com.

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