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Yamaha debuts summer promotion

Yamaha Marine Group is rolling out its VMax HPDI Summer Sale promotion.

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.

Eligible Yamaha outboards include new 150- to 300-hp VMax HPDI two-stroke outboards that are sold, warranty-registered and delivered to the consumer from June 1 through Aug. 3.

"The venerable VMax HPDI is already a great value," said Dale Barnes, Yamaha Marine Group marketing manager. "This promotion will allow anglers and boaters to buy more boating products and services for the money."

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