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Yamaha announces photo contest

Yamaha Marine Group is asking people to post their photos of Yamaha products as part of a “Yamaha Classic” photo contest on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The company will award the entry that it thinks best represents Yamaha and the Yamaha lifestyle.

Participants can enter by submitting their fishing, boating, or Yamaha-themed photos with the hashtag #YamahaClassicContest by 11:59 pm ET on March 5.

A panel of Yamaha judges will select the winning photo based on the entry’s creativity, quality, unique attributes, and composition.

The winner and a guest will receive an all-expense paid trip to the 2018 Bassmaster Classic, March 16-18, in Greenville, S.C., They will attend an exclusive dinner with Yamaha Pro Anglers during the Classic and have behind-the-scenes access and VIP seating throughout the event.

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