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Yamaha launches sales promotion

Yamaha Marine Group announced the "Buy, Save and Go Boating" promotion, designed as an incentive for boaters to get out on the water this season.

"Everyone likes to have choices," said Dale Barnes, Yamaha Marine Group division marketing manager. "We hope one of the two choices will be too good to pass up."

The promotion provides consumers their choice of either a credit benefit worth up to $2,000 based on MSRP in valuable goods and/or services from the dealership, or a two-year Y.E.S. contract for each eligible new Yamaha 4-stroke sold that complies with promotion terms, conditions and procedures.

Eligible Yamaha outboards include the following new 4-strokes: 2.5 to 60 hp, 75 to 150 hp, 200 to 250 hp 3.3-liter V6, and 300 to 350 hp 5.3-liter V8. Engines must be sold, warranty registered and delivered to the consumer through June 15.

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