Yamaha Marine Group rolls out spring sales promotion

Yamaha Marine Group announced a “Season of Savings” sales event.
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Yamaha Marine Group announced a “Season of Savings” sales event.

Yamaha says the promotion offers consumers as much as $750 in dealer credit toward the purchase of goods and/or services when they purchase an eligible, new Yamaha four-stroke outboard.

“The ‘Season of Savings’ sales event gives customers the opportunity to purchase eligible, select, new Yamaha outboards in the 2.5-to-175-horsepower range,” Yamaha Marine Group marketing division manager Dale Barnes said in a statement. “This promotion provides a great way to build in additional value at the beginning of the busy boating season.”

The sales event offer is available until June 16.

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