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GME Summer Bonus Packs - ideal for Christmas!

by GME on 12 Nov 2013
GX300 GME . www.gme.net.au
GME has launched two great Summer Bonus Packs for sale in the lead-up to Christmas which a sure to be on many a boat owner’s wish list.

During November and December, GME will package a BONUS LED Lenser Dive Torch (D14), valued at RRP $99 with the highly popular white GX600A VHF radio, and a BONUS Trafalgar Fishing First Aid Kit with the white GX300 27MHz radio.

GME’s GX600A is one of the most popular VHF marine radios available in Australia today. Waterproof to IP67, and featuring tri-watch programmable scanning, the GX600A is a compact, reliable feature on thousands of Australian vessels.

During the promotional period, the GX600A will be coupled with the LED Lenser D14 Dive Torch which features including a high grade steel lamp head and shock resistant, shatter-proof body. The D14 is ideal for use onboard or underwater and is waterproof to 60 metres.

The GX300 27MHz radio incorporates both marine band and citizen band transceivers in one unit, making it an extremely versatile addition to any fishing vessel. The Trafalgar Fishing First Aid Kit bundled with the GX300 is packed full of the first aid products suitable for the treatment of the types of injuries encountered on fishing trips, making the two a perfect pair for the summer season.

Brad Darch, GME’s Marine Marketing Manager commented: 'The GX600A and GX300 are arguably two of Australia’s best selling marine radios, reknown for their performance, reliability and value. The development of the Summer Bonus Packs promotion enables customers to receive even more value from their market leading GME radio with a special bonus in time for the upcoming boating season'.

The GME Summer Bonus Packs will be available for a limited period from November until December 31st 2013, or whilst stocks last, so watch out for the special promotional packages at your local GME Marine Dealer.

More at www.gme.net.au

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