New CPS-ECP Member Benefit also Helps Squadrons

Steveston

 

Feb 9, 2016

Steveston Marine & Hardware was established in 1941 to serve the commercial fishermen in the Village of Steveston, British Columbia. The old saying, “If Steveston Marine & Hardware does not have it or cannot get it, it’s probably no longer made,” stands true even today. Our mission is to provide the best service and selection at fair pricing, period.

Steveston Marine & Hardware is proud to be the preferred online marine retail supplier to CPS-ECP members across Canada. You can now access our legendary service nationwide with our online store, which has over 88,000 items—the largest online chandlery in Canada. Steveston Marine & Hardware carries all the major brand names and more. We carry the widest selection in all of Canada and are able to procure in a short time items that are not stocked.

Steveston Marine & Hardware is able to ship, freight free, orders over $99.99 to most major centres in Canada (freight charges may apply in certain outlying areas).

As a Canadian company, purchasing from Steveston Marine & Hardware saves you currency exchange rates, freight, customs and excise duties and brokerage charges.

As Steveston Marine & Hardware deals with major suppliers all over the world, we are able to accommodate custom orders for items not listed on our site.

Member Benefit Details:

1. Steveston is offering an 8% discount to CPS-ECP Members on all online and in-store products, excluding sale items.

2. For all discounted purchases made by a CPS-ECP member, a 2% rebate shall be returned to the CPS-ECP member’s Squadron.

The benefit helps both the member and the member’s squadron.

In order to take advantage of this offer, members will need to register with Steveston Marine and provide their member number during registration.

Our aim is to do our best to satisfy all types of boat owners with fishing, sailing and powerboats.  Visit the and sign up today! We look forward to serving you. 

www.stevestonmarine.com/register

 

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