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Yamaha promotions seek to boost sales

Yamaha Marine Group is launching two retail promotions to spur sales during boat show season.

The first promotion, “Repower Now,” offers two consumer options. The first is a credit when purchasing eligible outboards. The credit can be used toward Yamaha rigging components and/or dealer installation services available at the authorized dealership that sold the engine.

The second option is “Zero Zero” financing. On approved credit, customers will be eligible for no finance charges and no payments until Jan. 1, 2010, when purchasing select outboards sold for repower by authorized dealers.

The second retail promotion, “Two Ways to Save,” offers either a 36-month Yamaha Extended Service contract for eligible outboards or a consumer credit toward the purchase of goods and/or services at the authorized dealer that sold the engine.

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