Yamaha seeks entries for photo contest

Yamaha Marine Group announced the launch of the 2016 Yamaha Classic Contest on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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Yamaha Marine Group announced the launch Tuesday of the 2016 Yamaha Classic Contest on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The contest invites participants to send in Yamaha photos, and it will award the entry that best represents Yamaha and/or the Yamaha Marine lifestyle.

The contest is in effect through Feb. 12.

A panel of Yamaha judges will select the winning photo, based on its creativity, quality, unique attributes and composition. The winner will receive an all-expense paid trip for four to the 2016 Bassmaster Classic, which is set for March 4-6 in Tulsa, Okla.

The winning participant and guests also will receive a dinner with Yamaha pro anglers during the Classic and behind-the-scenes and VIP seating and access throughout the event.

Participants can enter by submitting fishing, boating or Yamaha-themed photos on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #YamahaClassicContest by 11:59 p.m. ET on Feb. 12.

Visit facebook.com/yamahaoutboards for complete contest rules and information. No purchase is necessary to enter or win.

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