iMarinePower Awarded Contract by Military for Diesel Engines

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iMarinePower has been awarded a contract by the US Army to supply diesel engines for various locations.

This opportunity further demonstrates iMarinePower's commitment to quality diesel engines at a good price.

iMarinePower has been awarded a contract by the US Government to supply Diesel Engines to the Army. "This opportunity further demonstrates iMarinePower's commitment to quality diesel engines at a good price." said Matthew E. Prude of iMarinePower, "We offer the same level of quality and commitment to our consumer channel for both gas and diesel marine engines". iMarinePower at http://www.imarinepower.com stands 100% behind it's marine engines, transmissions and outdrives and offers full manufacturers warranties. Quality engines at a quality price is what sets iMarinePower ahead of it's competition. "The government and military channel is a very competitive marketplace and in order to be awarded these contracts you must demonstrate strength and stability as a company at a level expected by the United States Military" Says Matthew, "we are honored by this contract award and pleased to work hand in hand with members of the United States Armed Forces"

iMarinePower offers new and re-manufactured marine gas and diesel engines to boat and yacht owners in need of a replacement engine. It also carries marine transmissions, outdrives and parts. It is headquartered in Florida and delivers marine engines all over the USA and to many international countries. iMarinePower makes it easy for the average boat or yacht owner to re-power their vessel when they need to, without all the hassle and frustration typical of a marine repower. iMarinePower carries a complete line of gas and diesel engines, many of which are listed on its website at http://www.imarinepower.com. iMarinePower also offers a highly knowledgeable ProStaff to ensure you, the boat owner or professional, get the right marine engine package at the right price the first time.

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