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NB Sailsports announces plans to support Optimist Race Team

by Rob Mcmillan on 30 May 2013
NB Sponsored sailor, Annabelle Davies, Australian Champion 2013 rob mcmillan
NB Sailsports are pleased to announce its plans to further support both the Optimist, Laser 4.7 and Radial Youth classes.

At this stage we are inviting applicants from the Optimist class who may wish to join our team and participate in the Performance program.

Team members are required to purchase one of our new boat packages at attractive prices and may then participate in our Performance program.

The Full range of proven equipment is unprecedented, choice from: J-Sails, Giulietti Rigs, N1 foils, or Optiparts black gold or MkIV.

The Far East was the dominant boat in Australia in 2012/13 winning the nationals, Sail Melb, runner up in NSW States and QLD states. Recently Far East boats took the top five places in the German champs. What makes NB unique is the range depth we carry in stock and our size and capability to support your needs.

The Performance Program is a series of significant bonus for regatta performance and other special offers. The bonuses may be used to purchase parts, coaching or can be accrued over the year.

If this is your last year in the Optimist and you have identified that you might like to sail a Laser or a 29er as your next next class, NB will double your accrued bonus will be used as a discount from your new NB boat purchase.

This offer is extremely limited. The details of our new packages are on the NBsailsports facebook page and will be up on the website soon.

Do not miss this opportunity to be part of the NB Team.

Applicants are encouraged to contact us at the following email us at info@nbsailsports.com.au. Marking their email 'Race team application'. Tell us about your performance, your goals and we will contact you directly.
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