Yamaha unveils impactful new consumer show display for 2017

The new display captures the essence of our Conquer Outdoors message, yet does so in a way that is inviting & interactive.

Picture of Yamaha consumer display.

“We are very excited for dealers and consumers to fully experience this new addition when the consumer show season starts,” says Bryan Hudgin, National Manager of Marketing at Yamaha Motor Canada. — Photo: Yamaha

Throughout its forty-year history, Yamaha Motor Canada has remained committed to exceeding the expectations of its customers.

Teaming up with TAG (Toronto) earlier this year, Yamaha Motor Canada set out to construct an innovative new corporate display that would reflect the extension of the company’s vision and brand in Canada.

Yamaha’s mission to offer new excitement and a more fulfilling life for people all over the world is at the core of every undertaking. This was no different. The team at TAG put countless hours into design and production, ensuring every detail of the project aligned with Yamaha’s well-established brand and its corporate mission. The result is a new platform to not only showcase Yamaha’s innovative products and the launch of Yamaha Financial Services, but also its goal to realize the dreams of enthusiasts with passion and ingenuity.

“We challenged TAG to fully capture the essence of our Conquer Outdoors message, yet do so with a display that was open, inviting and interactive. They exceeded our expectations!” said Bryan Hudgin, National Manager of Marketing at Yamaha Motor Canada. “We are very excited for dealers and consumers to fully experience this new addition when the consumer show season starts.”

Join YAMAHA MOTOR CANADA LTD at the 2017 Calgary Motorcycle Show (January 6 to 8, 2017) and Toronto Boat Show (January 20 to 29, 2017) for the official unveiling of its new corporate display and discover how you can “Conquer Outdoors” with Yamaha.

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