Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A. has partnered with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) to help support its mission of ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat.

Through the partnership, Yamaha becomes the exclusive sponsor for the RMEF’s “Ride Right” program that delivers safe, responsible outdoors recommendations through BUGLE magazine, the foundation’s official publication.

“Yamaha is proud to partner with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and their efforts to communicate safe, responsible messages to sportsmen,” says Steve Nessl, marketing manager for Yamaha’s ATV/SxS group. “Yamaha is the leading ATV manufacturer involved in the outdoors industry, and the Ride Right campaign perfectly aligns with our goals of fostering responsible public messages and ensuring lasting access to our public lands.”

Yamaha will also join the RMEF Great Elk Tour and give away a Grizzly 700 FI EPS ATV in Realtree AP HD camo to support RMEF membership and fundraising campaigns.

“Anyone can enter to win the ATV at any of our 2012 Great Elk Tour stops at sports and outdoor shows around the country,” says Steve Decker, vice president of marketing for RMEF. “Information about the tour is at www.greatelktour.org. We thank Yamaha for giving RMEF supporters an opportunity to win a great prize, and for supporting conservation.”



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Carl says:

I would love to win this

marty amirault says:

I ride my brother’s grizzly it’s greate.I feel very proud of the good thing your organization is do for the elk

JohnnYuma says:

It seems like more and more we atv riders are losing places to ride. My new Can Am 1000 is street legal, insured and no place to ride except the Goldwater bombing range. They have even closed a lot of trails there. My off road sticker was $25.00 and where does all the money go?

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