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Companies roll out springtime promotions

Yamaha Marine Group, Glacier Bay and World Cat recently announced spring sales promotions.

Yamaha Marine Group launched its "Two Stroke Celebration Sales Event," a promotion designed to add extra value to a purchase just as the boating season begins.

The promotion provides the purchasing consumer a credit of up to $3,000, based on MSRP, toward the purchase of goods and/or services available at the authorized participating Yamaha outboard dealer that sold the eligible Yamaha outboard at no extra cost to the purchasing consumer.

Eligible Yamaha outboards include new 8- through 300-hp two-stroke models that are sold, warranty registered and delivered to the consumer from April 1 through April 30. Additional terms, conditions and procedures apply.

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To clean out all remaining 2010 models, Glacier Bay is announcing spring sales incentives.

Customers who purchase a 2010 Glacier Bay will get $5,000 toward their purchase. Customers must contract their Glacier Bay this month to be eligible.

Click here for information and rules.

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World Cat is announcing spring sales incentives in which customers who purchase a 2010 World Cat, 290 model or bigger, will get $5,000 toward their purchase.

The company also is offering past and present World Cat owners up to $10,000 toward the purchase of a 2010 World Cat, 290 model or bigger.

Customers must contract their World Cat 290 model or larger this month to be eligible.

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