Yamaha rolls out spring sales promotion

Yamaha Marine Group announced its “Wake Up the Season” sales event, a promotion that offers consumers as much as $500 in dealer credit.
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Yamaha Marine Group announced its “Wake Up the Season” sales event, a promotion that offers consumers as much as $500 in dealer credit toward the purchase of goods or services when they buy a select new eligible Yamaha four-stroke outboard.

“Now is the time to invest in Yamaha power,” Yamaha Marine Group marketing division manager Dale Barnes said in a statement. “The ‘Wake Up the Season’ sales event kicks off the busy boating season by offering customers great built-in value with the purchase of our most popular four-stroke outboard models.”

The offer will be available until June 17.

The promotion applies to new select eligible Yamaha 2.5- to 115-hp four-stroke outboards and provides consumers with as much as a $500 credit, based on MSRP, toward the purchase of goods and/or services available at the authorized participating Yamaha outboard dealer that sold the outboard at no extra cost to the purchaser.

The following four-stroke 8-hp and 115-hp models are not eligible for this promotion: F8SMHB, F8LMHB and VF115LA. Additional terms and conditions apply.

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