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Canada’s 150th: Win a free night stay at Crate Marine Belleville

Crate Marina

 

Mar 21, 2017

Crate Marine Belleville is celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary by offering one free night stay at their marina. You will have full access to their top notch facilities as if you were one of their seasonal customers, but the following conditions apply:

• Subject to availability
• Use promo code CANADA150

With the locks being free this year Crate Marine Belleville is expecting more traffic than ever before, so be sure to call or email today to book your free night. Details are on the Crate Marine Belleville website at:
www.cratesbelleville.com

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