Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Yamaha Search for Canada's Top Technician

@YamahaMotorCa Top Ten finalists competed in the TECH GP 2014 to win the Canadian Technician Grand Prix Champion title and to represent Canada in the global contest to be held in Japan in October. The Canadian competitors were Yamaha Technical Academy service technicians, bronze certified and above.

"The contest was organized as part of the Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd. global service education plan that YMCA continues to promote under the theme “One to One Service — We create a good relationship with each customer.” The primary goal is to help increase customer satisfaction by improving the skills of Yamaha service personnel and build a stronger consciousness of the global Yamaha group.  The contest was created to recognize and reward technicians for their product knowledge and expertise in the YTA. The Canadian champion will be awarded an all-expense paid trip to Japan where he/she will compete in the 2014 World Technician Grand Prix."

The finalists
Rob Daye, Riverside Yamaha St-Albert, Alberta
Greg J. Zeniuk, Riverside Yamaha St-Albert, Alberta
Brett TR Hart, Blackfoot Motorsports Calgary, Alberta
Adam Gregory, Cycle Works Foothills Okotoks, Alberta
Nick King, Kelowna Yamaha Kelowna, British Columbia
Stuart Lumgair, Schultz Motorsports Kamloops, British Columbia
Jimmy Subranni, Gregoire Sport Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Québec
Mathieu Talbot, RPM Rive Sud Lévis, Québec
Luke Pakkala, Oakville Yamaha Oakville, Ontario
John Attewell, Play Powersports Sudbury, Ontario

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