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Kawasaki: AMA Membership Affinity Program

AMA News

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and Kawasaki Motors Corp. U.S.A. are announcing a new opt-in AMA membership affinity program for Kawasaki motorcycle owners. The AMA Kawasaki Affinity Program includes an exclusive Kawasaki-themed AMA membership card identifying the member as a devoted fan of the Kawasaki brand.

AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman said he is pleased to add Kawasaki to the AMA’s affinity program.

Rob Dinman says: "The Kawasaki brand has a long and impressive history in motorcycling. That history was on full display this past summer at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days featuring Kawasaki, Marque of the Year. Now, along with premier membership benefits such as AMA Roadside Assistance, access to the country’s best amateur racing and recreational events, and the knowledge that they support the leading organization that fights for your right to ride, AMA members can demonstrate their Kawasaki loyalty on the face of their AMA card."

Chris Brull (Kawasaki’s Marketing Director) says: "From the woods to the roadrace course to the motocross track, Kawasaki has a long history of supporting AMA-sanctioned competition.

"That support has always crossed over to the street and trail, with a long list of models – such as the Ninja line of sportbikes, Vulcan cruisers and the KX, and KLX dirt models – enjoying a special place in the hearts of American motorcyclists. We’re excited to give our customers the opportunity to tie their passion for Kawasaki to their membership in the AMA."

In addition to the AMA’s commitment to rights, riding and racing, other rewards of AMA membership are a subscription to the monthly American Motorcyclist magazine, discounts on numerous products and services, and the option to receive the quarterly AMA Racer insert to American Motorcyclist. AMA Racer includes content targeted specifically to AMA competition members.

Getting a Kawasaki-themed AMA membership card is as simple as calling AMA Membership Services at (800) 262-5646. The AMA Kawasaki Affinity Program is in effect now.

For more information about Kawasaki, including the exciting new 2012 lineup, visit Kawasaki.com. For further details on the benefits of AMA membership, visit AmericanMotorcyclist.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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