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THE DUNE TOUR JOINS FORCES WITH YAMAHA TO CREATE BIGGEST EVENT IN THE CALIFORNIA SAND FOR ALL OFF-ROAD, SAND, AND OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS.

PGI Media, Inc. is proud to announce an exciting new development for the Glamis stop of The Dune Tour in March. We are incorporating the Yamaha Rhino Rally with this stop of the Dune Tour and will be titling it "The 2009 Yamaha Rhino Rally at The Dune Tour, presented by Yamaha." What began in 2004 as a series of fun-filled gatherings has launched into a 4-event series stopping at different dune locations. The First stop of the 2009 Dune Tour will take place in Glamis, Calif., March 20 and 21, 2009, and will feature all of the family-friendly activities that made the previous stops so successful, including: a scavenger hunt, bon fire, movie premier, a Show & Shine contest (with new classes), KidZone, Karaoke Party, raffle (with thousands of dollars in prizes), an ATV certification course, dune clean-up, and more. This promises to be an event where proud Yamaha Rhino owners can gather to hang out and ride together. Of course, great food and entertaining music will be an important part of the experience. You don’t want to miss The 2009 Yamaha Rhino Rally at The Dune Tour.

Mark your calendars for future Dune Tour stops in California, including Pismo in August 2009, Gordon’s Well in November 2009, and Dumont in January 2010. These premier events are the largest organized events in the California dunes. Each will be packed with fun and guaranteed to create lasting memories and good times. Best of all, they are free and open to the public. For more information about the 2009/2010 Dune Tour, visit: http://www.thedunetour.com/. Check back frequently for updated event and sponsor information.

PGI Media, Inc. is the publisher for two of the premiere off-road industry magazines, Sand Addiction Magazine and Side X Side Action. Founded in 2002, this private publishing company has risen to the top of the industry and come to be recognized as a leader in off-road publications. PGI Media can be found at: http://www.pgimedia.com/

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