Offrez-vous les joies de la navigation de plaisance avec une carte-cadeau des CPS-ECP!

23 novembre, 2023

Surprenez vos amis et votre famille qui aiment la navigation avec un cadeau qui crie “Ohé, matelot !”.

Avec nos cartes-cadeaux numériques, ils peuvent choisir parmi une foule de cours ou obtenir une adhésion qui s’accompagne d’un trésor de remises sur la navigation de plaisance.

De plus, vous êtes le capitaine. Choisissez la date à laquelle vous souhaitez que la carte numérique arrive directement dans leur boîte de réception ! Rendez-vous sur https://www.cps-ecp.ca/ecommerce/fr/product/carte-cadeau/ pour vous lancer dans l’aventure de la remise de cadeaux.

Choisissez entre : 25 $, 50 $, 75 $, 100 $, 150 $ ou 200 $.

Achetez dans notre magasin en ligne à l’adresse suivante : https://www.cps-ecp.ca/ecommerce/fr/product/carte-cadeau/

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