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Yamaha debuts mobile websites

Yamaha Marine Group launched mobile versions of its V MAX SHO and V6 Offshore websites, the company announced.

"Our research tells us that a growing number of Yamaha outboard customers are using smart phones," Yamaha Marine Group advertising manager Frank Wilhelm said in a statement. "They are using mobile digital devices to access the existing V MAX SHO and V6 Offshore websites. We wanted to make sure we are providing the best service possible for them."

Starting today, when users access the V MAX SHO and V6 Offshore micro-sites from a handheld device, they will find that the experience has been optimized for the mobile world. Yamaha Marine customers who are considering a purchase or following a favorite pro through a blog now will have access to all of the information they need through iPhone, Android and other mobile handsets.

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