Yamaha rolls out new training initiatives

Yamaha Marine Group announced the launch of the Maintenance Matters website and the addition of the Maintenance Matters training module.
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Yamaha Marine Group announced the launch of the Maintenance Matters website and the addition of the Maintenance Matters training module to its training curriculum at Yamaha Marine University Online.

“Yamaha’s Maintenance Matters initiative is an ongoing educational campaign that helps boaters have an exciting and rewarding experience with their outboards,” Yamaha Marine product information manager David Meeler said in a statement.

The new website is available to consumers as a searchable electronic form of our Maintenance Matters publication, which was recently updated and expanded to help keep maintenance top of mind,” he said.

“Maintenance Matters also makes maintenance-related procedures, tips and product information even more accessible and easy to understand,” he added, “whether you are a ‘do-it-yourselfer’ or prefer to have your outboard serviced by an authorized Yamaha Marine dealer.”

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