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Memories and Challengesembers of the Suzuki marine team around the world have been conducting the 4th “CLEAN-UP THE WORLD CAMPAIGN” to remove trash from boating sites around the world. In early July the campaign took place in Japan with almost 200 members in 12 regions including SMC staff and Japanese domestic distributors and dealers participating. Wearing Suzuki 50th anniversary caps the efforts were warmly received by local residents, contributing to society and at the same time building the Suzuki brand. Suzuki marine distributors around the world have also been conducting the activities in their markets so customers using Suzuki outboards can enjoy boating in a clean environment. Chitose-city, Hokkaido11 July, 4 participantsImizu-city, Toyama-pref. 4 July, 2 participantsSakaide-city, Kagawa-pref. 4 July, 4 participantsHatsukaichi-city, Hiroshima-pref. 4 July, 8 participantsUki-city, Kumamoto-pref.4 July, 3 participantsUki-city, Kumamoto-pref.4 July, 6 participantsTahara-city, Aichi-pref. 4 July, 11 participantsToyokawa-city, Aichi-pref.1 July, 11 participantsKosai-city, Shizuoka-pref.4 June, 18 participantsAkashi-city, Hyogo-pref. 4 July, 6 participantsShichigahama-machi, Miyagi-pref. 5 July, 30 participantsManazuru-machi, Kanagawa-pref.4 July, 11 participantsHead Office, Hamamatsu-city, Shizuoka-pref. 4 July, 81 participantsSUZUKI 2015 CLEAN-UP THE WORLD CAMPAIGN IN JAPANSuzuki Marine Celebrates 50 Years: MGood clean fun to celebrate 50 years

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