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KAWASAKI ATV RACING CONTINGENCY FOR GNCC

 
(3/4/2005)

The ATV racing contingency program provides Team Green rewards for wins and high-place finishes. In order to qualify, riders must compete on a 2005 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 4x4i, Brute Force 650 4x4, Prairie 700 4x4 or KFX700 ATV.  

Included in the new program is online registration, rewards that are deposited directly to a new MasterCard debit card for Team Green riders, and the ability to redeem the rewards at any of the more than 32 million Kawasaki retailers worldwide.                                            

 Reid Nordin, manager of Team Green, said that while Kawasaki is not fielding its own team for the 2005 GNCC season, the brand remains committed to providing its loyal customers the assistance they need to pursue successful racing careers. 

 In 2004, Kawasaki ATV racers backed by Team Green clinched three GNCC titles, and included well-known champions such as Mike Penland, Scott Kilby and Doug Henke. “The 2005 program is Kawasaki's way of showing its commitment to ATV racers,” said Nordin.    

 Interested ATV racers can sign up for the program online at www.kawasakirewards.com\TeamGreen. For more information, call Team Green at 949/770-0400 ext. 2633  


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