Snag-A-Slip Announces Strategic Partnership with Waterway Guide Media

By January 26, 2016Snag-A-Slip News
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As reported in PRWeb, Snag-A-Slip, an online boat slip reservation company, and Waterway Guide, the preeminent boating and cruising guide publisher, announced an exclusive booking partnership today. The partnership will include various integrations, including an exclusive role for Snag-A-Slip as the sole boat slips booking engine on the Waterway Guide’s Marina app for mobile devices.

Additionally, PRWeb writes that the partnership will include the following:

  • An exclusive Snag-A-Slip filter on the Waterway Guide Marinas app so that boaters can find Snag-A-Slip marinas more easily;
  • Link integration with marina listings in the Waterway Guide online Explorer;
  • Shared data between the two companies to support real time and accurate reservations for boaters;
  • Extensive brand positioning throughout Waterway Guide publications.

This is an important milestone for Snag-A-Slip, which launched in the Chesapeake Bay in June 2015. PRWeb quotes Graham Jones, Business Development Manager for Waterway Guide, as saying, “We are anticipating strong returns from this partnership. Snag-A-Slip has proved that they are willing to invest in building an online reservation model that works for boaters. We believe that, together, we can enhance our own platforms and provide boaters easy access for slip reservations.”

Partnering with Waterway Guide is one of several tactics being used by Snag-A-Slip to accelerate its expansion plans. Today, there are about 100 marinas listed on Snag-A-Slip, which has a presence in the Chesapeake Bay, Florida, the Caribbean, and even the Great Lakes. Snag-A-Slip does not charge boaters a booking fee to use its services, making it the only truly free online slip reservation system available today.

Read more on the exclusive partnership here.

Snag-A-Slip to act as exclusive online boat slip reservation agent for Waterway Guide.

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