June 20, 2017

BenefitsSalus Marine Wear Products

We are very pleased to announce that our long-time partner and sponsor, Salus Marine Wear is increasing their discount to 30% off of the suggested retail price on their line of products when purchased by CPS-ECP members through the CPS-ECP Ship’s Store only.

This discount is not available at any other retail or online dealer of Salus products.

To see the full line of Salus products, please visit their online catalogue at:
http://www.salusmarine.com/information/catalogues/

To order your Salus Marine products and receive your 30% discount you must contact Lynda Green at the CPS-ECP National Office.

By email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
By phone: at ext. 0156. Toll free: 1-888-277-2628 In the Greater Toronto Area: (416)293-2438.


Coleman – The Outdoor Company
We are very pleased to announce that through the CPS-ECP membership in the Canadian Safe Boating Council, all CPS-ECP members automatically receive a 30% discount on all products available in the Coleman Canada Online Store.

This discount applies to the full line of Coleman products on their website only.

This offer is not extended to purchases at any other retail or online dealer offering Coleman Canada products.

To see the full catalogue of Coleman products and to place your online order, please visit:
https://www.colemancanada.ca/

To get your 30% discount when placing your online order please enter the discount code: SAFEBOAT.

 

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