IRVINE, Calif. – The long-standing Kawasaki JET SKI watercraft loan program has loaned more than 120 JET SKI watercraft in 2004 with a retail value of over $1 million, according to a company release yesterday.
Roger Hagie, director of public affairs at Kawasaki, says that the loan of four 2004 Kawasaki JET SKI STX-15F watercraft to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency raised the value of loans this year to over $1 million. The company’s program operates through Kawasaki dealers loaning JET SKI watercraft to public agencies responsible for marine law enforcement, recreational boating education and safety, and search and rescue.
“The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officers have helped support safe and responsible JET SKI watercraft use for many years,” Hagie said. “Kawasaki is pleased to have this agency mark this milestone.”
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