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    Kawasaki Donation to Support Native American Education
    Mar201511

    Kawasaki Donation to Support Native American Education

    Contribution to include 2013 Ninja® ZX™-6R ‘636’ signed by cast of The Lone Ranger for auction at AICF’s 25th Anniversary Gala in Los Angeles.

    IRVINE, Calif. (March 11, 2015) – Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. announced recently that they will donate a Ninja ZX-6R ‘636’ sportbike as well as a two-night stay in Kauai, Hawaii and a Kawasaki Teryx® tour for two at Kipu Ranch for silent auction at the 25th Anniversary Gala for the American Indian College Fund in Los Angeles, April 11.

    Proceeds from the auction of the Ninja ‘636’ and Kawasaki Teryx tour at Kipu Ranch will go to AICF’s mission of providing scholarships and other financial support to American Indian students, as well as funding American Indian Tribal Colleges, early childhood development and leadership development.

    AICF raised more than $6 million dollars in 2013-14, and those funds provided 6,452 students with scholarships, of which 1,553 were first generation college students.

    “Kawasaki is proud to support a cause that encourages higher learning,” says Chris Brull, Kawasaki Marketing Communications Director. “Everyone deserves the opportunity to explore their potential and AICF is creating educational opportunities that affect Native Americans in their own communities through scholarship and funding of tribal educational programs.”

    The Kawasaki Ninja ‘636’ sportbike and Kawasaki Teryx tour at Kipu Ranch will be on auction at the American Indian College Fund 25th Anniversary Los Angeles Gala, taking place April 11, 2015. To learn more about AICF or for tickets to the gala, please visit http://www.collegefund.org/

    ABOUT KAWASAKI Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI) started full-scale production of motorcycles over a half century ago. The first Kawasaki motorcycle engine was designed based on technical know-how garnered from the development and production of aircraft engines, and our entry into the motorcycle industry was driven by Kawasaki’s constant effort to develop new technologies. Numerous new Kawasaki models introduced over the years have helped shape the market, and in the process have created enduring legends based on their unique engineering, speed, power, design and riding pleasure. In the future, Kawasaki’s commitment to maintaining and furthering these strengths will surely give birth to new legends. Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) markets and distributes Kawasaki motorcycles, ATVs, side x sides, and Jet Ski® watercraft through a network of almost 1,200 independent retailers, with close to an additional 7,400 retailers specializing in general purpose engines. KMC and its affiliates employ nearly 3,100 people in the United States, with approximately 300 of them located at KMC’s Irvine, California headquarters. Kawasaki’s tagline, “Let the good times roll.®”, is recognized worldwide. The Kawasaki brand is synonymous with powerful, stylish and category-leading vehicles. Information about Kawasaki’s complete line of powersports products and Kawasaki affiliates can be found on the Internet at www.kawasaki.com.

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