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Yamaha Marine unveils purchasing promotion

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Yamaha Marine Group announced its “Why Wait? Buy Now” sales promotion.

“We want to help our customers take advantage of the last few weeks of warm weather,” said Dale Barnes, Yamaha Marine Group division marketing manager. “A new Yamaha outboard with the Y.E.S. extended warranty adds value they are sure to appreciate.”

The promotion provides the consumer a choice of either a three-year Y.E.S. (Yamaha Extended Service) contract or a credit based on MSRP toward the purchase of goods and/or services available at the authorized participating Yamaha dealer that sold the outboard. There is no extra cost to the consumer.

It’s available for eligible new outboards sold, delivered and warranty registered by authorized participating dealers from Sept. 18 through Dec. 1.

In other news, Yamaha Marine Group has announced a repower promotion offering zero down, zero interest and zero payments until January 2010.

Available at full-line Yamaha dealers, the promotion, which applies to eligible engines purchased between Sept. 18 and Dec. 22, is available to customers using the Yamaha Factory Financing Program.

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