RIBCRAFT Offers Special Pricing

press release
Tuesday, January 03, 2012

RIBCRAFT, a builder of professional grade rigid inflatable boats (RIB) for sailing programs and yacht clubs announced today that during the month of January all sailing programs and yacht clubs will receive special discounted pricing.

 

Sailing programs and yacht clubs that place their order for a new RIB by January 31st  will receive a 5% discount off of the total sales price.  In addition to the discount, RIBCRAFT is guaranteeing delivery of the boat for the start of the 2012 sailing season.

 

“Offering special pricing for the month of January is part of our continued commitment to the sport. It’s a great opportunity for new clubs to get into a RIBCRAFT coach or support boat or for current customers to add an additional boat to their fleet”, said Brian Gray, President of RIBCRAFT.
 
 

The country’s most popular sailing support boat, RIBCRAFT has dedicated itself to the sailing community for more than a decade. Recognizing the importance of every club and program to have the right equipment, RIBCRAFT is the only manufacturer that offers boats, such as the 4.8 Coach, designed by and for sailors, coaches and race management professionals.  Durable, safe and functional, RIBCRAFT’s professional grade construction stands up to the hard and frequent use of yacht clubs and junior sailing programs.
 

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