Yamaha’s $10,000 Heart

12 months ago | Photos: Salvatore Aloisio

To help celebrate the 64th anniversary of the first Yamaha to roll off the production line (a YA1 Red Dragonfly, on July 1, 1955), Yamaha Motor Australia is offering $10,000 worth of Yamaha product in a free-to-enter, skill -based competition.
All you have to do for a chance to win is upload your favourite Yamaha-related image to Facebook and/or Instagram (including #yamaha64aus) with a short caption of 25 words or less.

The winner (chosen by a panel of judges) will be the person who submits an image/caption that revs the judges’ hearts the most, and will be announced on Yamaha’s 64th birthday – July 1, 2019.
The winner will be able to select any Yamaha product(s) from across the brand’s entire range (including motorcycle, marine, golf cart, generator and even music) up to $10,000 RRP (incl. GST) in value.
Almost sounds too good to be true, right? So dig out your Yamaha-related image – which can feature any product, including Yamaha Music – and start uploading.

Competition details can be viewed here and entries must be in by the end of June 30, 2019.

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