Sea Tow Is Named Marinalife’s Official Towing Partner

Friday, August 12, 2011

Members of both organizations to receive exclusive benefits from the relationship

Southold, N.Y., August 11, 2011 – Sea Tow Services International, Inc., the nation’s leading marine assistance provider, announces a new partnership with Marinalife, the first and only company to provide an extensive online directory of marina information and boating resources, as well as easy-to-use reservations and travel tools.

Under the terms of the agreement, Sea Tow is Marinalife’s official marine assistance service provider. Marinalife members will receive 14 months of Sea Tow membership for the price of 12, adding Peace of Mind on the Water™ to their boating experience, as well as all the deals and discounts offered by the Sea Tow Advantage Network™. The 24/7 availability of Sea Tow’s fleet of U.S. Coast Guard licensed captains means members know that help is just a VHF radio or phone call away.

“We are excited about this strategic partnership with Sea Tow, which allows us to continue to enhance the benefits and services offered to Marinalife members,” said Joy McPeters, CEO of Marinalife. “We believe in strategic partnerships with companies in the marine industry that have a high level of respect and customer service. For these reasons, Sea Tow is an ideal partner.”
 
Sea Tow members also will benefit from substantial discounts of up to 20 percent on Marinalife memberships, which include a wide range of benefits including online reservations and marina recommendations, regional navigation alerts, and the Nautical Chartviewer tool, as well as access to thousands of discounts and special offers. For more information, visit http://www.marinalife.com/seatow.

“Given the comprehensive menu of online services it provides boaters across the country, as well as in the Bahamas and Caribbean, Marinalife is a natural fit for Sea Tow,” said Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer, Founder and CEO of Sea Tow Services International, Inc. “A Sea Tow membership always has been an outstanding value, but adding Marinalife to our extensive network of partners enhances it even more.”

About Sea Tow:


Sea Tow Services International Inc. is the nation’s leading marine assistance provider. Founded in 1983 by Founder & CEO Capt. Joe Frohnhoefer, Sea Tow now serves over 160,000 members in more than 106 locations throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. For a full list of membership benefits, or to inquire about becoming a Sea Tow franchise owner, please visit seatow.com.

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