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Grady-White, Yamaha combine on promotion

Grady-White Boats' "Grady Days" sales promotion gained "significant buyer motivation" with the recent introduction of Yamaha's "Why Wait? Buy Now" program offering incentives toward the purchase of qualified Yamaha engines and services or toward a three-year extended warranty, the company announced.

Yamaha's program combines with Grady-White's best-of-the-year factory incentives for savings opportunities worth between $1,250 and $17,500, depending on the boat and engine models selected.

Grady-White Boats and Yamaha Outboard Motors are offering these factory incentives on any new Grady-White and on qualified Yamaha outboards, whether the boat and engines are in dealer inventory or for new boat factory orders confirmed by Nov. 8.

These factory-sponsored incentives will not be repeated during the 2011 model year, Grady-White said.

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