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Yamaha Launches Yamaha Dollars Promotion

by Yamaha Motor Australia on 4 Jun 2013
Yamaha Dollars Spend in store Yamaha Motor
Yamaha Motor Australia is pleased to announce a new promotion offering customers unmatched value when buying one of Yamaha’s high quality four-stroke outboards.

Yamaha will be giving away free 'Yamaha Dollars' - in store credit to spend at a Yamaha dealership when buying a new outboard motor. This offer is available on all four stroke-motors from F30 to F150 purchased between now and the end of August.

The amounts on offer range from $300 on a Yamaha F30B up to $1000 on a Yamaha F150A and can be spent on things such as rigging, safety gear or accessories.

'This is an exciting promotion and the feedback so far has been extremely positive' said Iain Macleod, National Sales Manager for Yamaha Outboards in Australia. 'This is a massive benefit for customers considering a new boat package or repower over the cooler months. Customers are able to use the Yamaha dollar bonus to add those additional or upgraded accessories that might not have fitted into the boating budget previously.'

For customers in the north of the country, this offer ties in perfectly with the peak boating season. For customers in southern states this is a great time to buy a boat or repower during the colder months and be ready for an exciting spring and summer season this year.

Yamaha outboards are available through an Australia-wide network of authorised Yamaha outboard dealers. All Yamaha 4-stroke outboards are supported with a full 4-year manufacturer’s warranty and all 2-stroke outboards are backed by a 3-year warranty – conditions apply.

A list of participating dealerships can be found on the Yamaha website www.yamaha-motor.com.au
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