Kawasaki adds more series and money to its ATV contingency program
There has never been a better time to race a Kawasaki ATV. That’s because Kawasaki has added two more series, the ITP Quadcross and New England MX Series, to its ATV contingency program and increased the ante to over $800,000 in possible earnings for 2008! The two series join the ATVA National MX Series, ATVA Regionals, GNCC, White Brothers 4-Stroke National, WORCS and the WPSA series for a total of 75 opportunities to win.
The program runs January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008 and a racer’s chances of earning a piece of that $800,000 are now greatly enhanced as Kawasaki offers more contingency for ATVs than any other distributor, with more events and classes, and bigger cash payouts.
Racers only need to follow these four steps to put money in their pocket via the Kawasaki Contingency Program:
Purchase a new or used 2007 or newer U.S. model Kawasaki ATV.
Sign up at any local Kawasaki dealership or online at kawasaki.com. Those registered in 2007 must update their account to be eligible for 2008.
In any contingency paying event.
There is no claim form to file. Payments are automatically deposited directly to a Kawasaki Contingency Card, which can be redeemed at any Kawasaki dealer and more than 32 million MasterCard retailers worldwide.
Kawasaki’s hassle free Contingency Card allows anyone to focus on winning aboard an eligible Kawasaki ATV model (KFX450R, KFX700, Brute Force 650 4x4, Brute Force 650 4x4i, or a Brute Force 750 4x4i) instead of dealing with bothersome paperwork. For more information, details on each series, class payouts and schedules, and the official rules, please visit our website at www.kawasaki.com.