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Yamaha unveils two sales promotions

Yamaha Marine Group announced two new promotions this week.

The "Sign and Save Sales Event" is a promotion that provides the purchasing consumer a credit of up to $3,500, 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 purchasing consumer.

It is available for eligible new outboards sold, delivered and warranty registered by authorized participating Yamaha dealers from Jan. 1 through March 31, 2010.

The promotion supports an extensive range of new Yamaha outboards, including HPDI and carbureted two-stroke outboards and 2.5- to 60-hp four-stroke outboards manufactured since April 2005 that are sold, warranty registered and delivered by March 31.

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The company also launched a new promotion that offers warranty protection up 2016 on eligible outboards by providing the purchasing consumer a three-year Yamaha Extended Service (YES) contract at no extra cost.

The promotion is available on eligible, new outboards sold, delivered and warranty registered by authorized participating Yamaha dealers from Jan. 1 through March 31, 2010.

The promotion supports an extensive range of new Yamaha outboards, including 75- to 150-hp four-stroke outboards, 200- to 250-hp 3.3-liter four-stroke outboards and 300- to 350-hp four-stroke outboards manufactured since April 2005 that are sold, warranty registered and delivered by March 31, 2010.

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