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Yamaha rolls out summer sales promotion

Yamaha Marine Group said it is holding a “Celebrate Summer” sales event.
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Yamaha Marine Group said it is holding a “Celebrate Summer” sales event.

The promotion offers consumers as much as $500 in dealer credit on eligible new 2.5- to 75-hp Yamaha four-stroke outboard models toward the purchase of goods and/or services available at the authorized participating Yamaha outboard dealer that sold the engine.

The company said customers who purchase eligible new Yamaha four-stroke outboards in the 90- to 300-hp range can add two years of Yamaha extended service to their three-year Yamaha limited warranty, for a total of five years of coverage at no additional cost.

“This promotion offers great built-in value with the purchase of our most popular four-stroke outboard models,” Yamaha Marine Group marketing division manager Dale Barnes said in a statement. “With the ‘Celebrate Summer’ sales event, customers will have even more reasons to enjoy the best season for family and fun on the water.”

Yamaha said the event is effective for select eligible new four-stroke outboards purchased and warranty-registered between July 15 and Aug. 31.

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