We’re excited to be celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative. Over the past decade, this program has contributed more than $3.5 million in funding to over 300 projects throughout the country, ensuring access to public land for generations of outdoor enthusiasts. Come celebrate with us at www.yamahaoai.com/10yearsofoai.
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