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Miami18: Finance company, dealer partner to offer show deal

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South Florida-based boat dealer InterMarine has formed a partnership with LH-Finance, marine lending providers, to offer not only retail and inventory financing, but also a VIP experience for pre-qualified buyers at select boat shows throughout the U.S., including in Miami, Palm Beach, Newport and Fort Lauderdale. Customers who are pre-qualified will receive free admission for two to a designated boat show and a VIP package that includes access to the VIP Lounge, with complimentary drinks and food.

“It’s refreshing to work with a young dedicated team that provides us with more than just financial services,” said Patrick Galipeau, vice-president at InterMarine. “We believe LH-Finance’s VIP Program will be a great tool to boost our Prestige and Jeanneau sales.”

To prequalify, applicants provide their overall financial picture (income, assets, and debts). Credit reports are not pulled during this process. Customers will be informed by their lending specialist of the loan amount they qualify for, to help decide which models to see at the show.

LH-Finance is the marine division of United Bank of Glastonbury, Connecticut.

For more information, visit www.intermarineboats.com.

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