Boston Whaler Joins With Costco

It was announced earlier today that Boston Whaler has cut a deal with Costco that will offer buyers an opportunity to save up to $2000 toward the purchase of one of Boston Whaler's small boat models. You won't actually find the boat sitting on the flo...

16th July 2010.
By Ed Sherman

It was announced earlier today that Boston Whaler has cut a deal with Costco that will offer buyers an opportunity to save up to $2000 toward the purchase of one of Boston Whaler’s small boat models.

You won’t actually find the boat sitting on the floor at a Costco store. The company will be working with nearby dealers as a part of this promotional effort and will offer cash certificates that can be turned into the savings as I understand it.

This is not the first boat company to team up with Costco. Sea Ray has had a program in place with them for some time.

The Whaler deal is being run on a trial basis through this September so if you’re interested in one of Boston Whaler’s great small boats, get to a Costco and check it out.


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