Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) March 1, 2009
GPS CITY, the 15 year GPS authority, is proud to announce the introduction of a $50 mail in rebate on the highly sought after Oregon series Garmin GPS. The rebate will be available between Feb. 27 and May 10, with all Oregon series models qualifying for the discount.
The Oregon GPS series was introduced in 2008 and quickly gained popularity as the first fully touch-screen outdoor GPS. With a sleek new design that features an internal antenna, the Oregon GPS line brings superior Garmin GPS technology to the next level of functionality and portability.
Appealing to the geocaching, hiking, hunting, fishing and marine communities, the Oregon series is one of the best selling handheld GPS models of all time.
The base model, the Oregon 200, comes with a worldwide base map and includes paperless geocaching. The 300-series adds a barometric altimeter and electronic compass to features already included in the 200 model, along with a few extra features. The 400t, 400i and 400c models come preloaded with US topographic, inland lakes and waterways and coastal waterway mapping, respectively.
Garmin's rebate makes the Oregon series even more accessible to any budget, and comes just in time for the spring hunting and geocaching seasons. Both the Oregon GPS line and its accompanying accessories and mounts are available by visiting http://www.gpscity.com.
About GPS CITY: Established in 1994, http://www.gpscity.com and its sister company http://www.gpscity.ca quickly became the Internet's leading source for information and purchases of GPS systems and accessories. In 2000, its corporate headquarters moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, and the company has seen explosive growth ever since. In 2005, http://www.gpscity.com founded a separate division, http://www.expressmounts.com, to cater to consumers who wanted high quality, low cost mounting solutions for their GPS systems, computers, cellphones and televisions. Currently, GPS City is the leading distributor of Garmin products and is one of the top distributors of GPS mounting systems in the world.
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