Understanding the Yamaha Power Pay contingency program
The Yamaha Power Pay Program serves as a contingency program specifically tailored for tournament anglers who use a Yamaha outboard motor for their boat. This includes professionals, semi-professionals, and amateur anglers alike.
Requirements for owning a Yamaha outboard motor
To be eligible for the Yamaha Power Pay Program, anglers are required to own a Yamaha outboard motor. This motor should be no more than 60 months old and should range from 115-425 HP. The Yamaha outboard motor must be registered under the participant’s name and should be used on the angler’s boat while participating in the Power Pay supported tournament events.
To register, fill out the Yamaha Power Pay Program’s official registration form and submit it via email, fax, or traditional mail. Online registration is also an option.
Anglers are required to take part in a tournament that pays contingency and secure the highest finishing position among those registered for the Yamaha Power Pay Program. Selected tournament trails will reward the top two highest finishes. It should be noted that the highest finishes must be within the top 33% of the field, with a minimum field size of at least 40 boats. A list of Power Pay sanctioned events is available for reference.
Redeeming your reward
Within 30 days of your tournament finish, complete and submit the Yamaha Power Pay Awards form. After your submission is verified and approved, the contingency payment will be dispatched via U.S. mail. Winners are advised to allow a minimum of 8 weeks for the approval, processing, and distribution of the payment.
Black Label Marine Group Notice
After you’ve learned how to redeem your reward, there’s some important information for Black Label Marine Group customers. If you’ve purchased a new boat fitted with Yamaha outboards within the past 60 months. You are eligible to participate in the Yamaha Power Pay Program.
Simply download the registration form and submit it through mail, email, or fax to. YAMAHA POWER PAY PROGRAM 7120 E. 13th Street, Tulsa, OK 74112 email@example.com. Alternatively, you can opt for the convenience of online registration at yamahapowerpay.com/registration.
Buy And Service Your Yamaha Outboard at Black Label
If you’re interested in purchasing a boat equipped with Yamaha outboards, or if your existing Yamaha outboard motor requires servicing by Certified Yamaha Technicians, we welcome you to visit any of our three Black Label Marine Group locations: Ocala, Punta Gorda, and Clearwater. Our dedicated team is ready to assist you in enhancing your boating experience with Yamaha’s unparalleled outboard performance.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
The Yamaha Power Pay Program is a contingency scheme designed for tournament anglers (professional, semi-professional, and amateur) who own and use a Yamaha outboard motor on their boat during competition.
To be eligible for the program, you need to own a Yamaha outboard motor no older than 60 months. It also should be within the power range of 115-425 HP. The motor must be registered under the participant’s name. And used on the participant’s boat during Power Pay endorsed tournament events.
You can register by filling out the official Yamaha Power Pay Program registration form. Submit it via email, fax, or traditional mail. You also have the option of registering online.
Participate in a contingency paying tournament. Then aim for the highest finish among those registered for the Yamaha Power Pay Program. Some tournament trails will reward the top two highest finishes. However, the top finishes must be within the top 33% of the field. And the field must have a size of at least 40 boats.
After your tournament finish, fill out and submit the official Power Pay Awards form within 30 days. Your submission will be verified and approved before your contingency payment is dispatched via U.S. mail. Please allow a minimum of 8 weeks for the approval, processing, and distribution process.