Yamaha signs supplier deal with Robalo

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Yamaha Marine Group of Kennesaw, Ga., signed an agreement to become the exclusive supplier of outboard power to Robalo Boats, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Marine Products Corp. In addition, Yamaha will provide technical support designed to advance the boat company’s future growth.

“We are proud to be associated with a company that engineers quality,” said Mark Tracy, Yamaha Marine Group OEM assistant division manager, in a statement. Robalo uses Kevlar in their hulls, stainless steel for all their fittings and now Yamaha outboards exclusively for boats packaged with outboard power.”

“Yamaha brings value to the relationship by providing a product our customers can count on,” said Dave Sundin, Robalo marketing director, in a statement.  “At the same time, its outboards are known for reliability, which is a great asset to our dealers and our customers.”

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