News Release

YANMAR Supplies MUST Ministries with BULL Series UTV for Spring Gala

April 21, 2017
YANMAR America Corporation

In keeping with YANMAR’s guiding principle to “…serve and improve the community and the environment,” YANMAR America is proud to announce its participation in MUST Ministries’ Spring Gala fundraiser by supplying a 2017 model BULL Series Utility Task Vehicle (UTV) for the Gala’s auction on April 22, 2017 at the Cobb Galleria Ballroom in Atlanta, GA. Featuring a powerful 700cc class gas engine and premium design, the supplied UTV will be the standard “BULL” model with three seats in a single row.

“The launch of the BULL Series Utility Task Vehicles signifies our ability to provide YANMAR customers with a high-quality product that enables them to complete tasks efficiently and comfortably, while also enjoying the recreational aspects of the machines,” stated Tim Fernandez, President of YANMAR America. “With our continued growth, we are proud to be in a position to help our local community.”

YANMAR launched the BULL Series UTVs exclusively to its extensive North American Compact Construction Equipment and Agriculture Tractor dealer network in January 2017. In addition to the standard BULL model, the BULL Series family also includes the Longhorn Edition with two rows and six individual seats.

MUST Ministries is a powerful, volunteer-driven organization that serves to address the basic needs of individuals, families and children with facilities in the Cobb and Cherokee counties, and programs in numerous other countries. The Spring Gala is the organization’s second-largest fundraiser of the year with the money raised impacting the lives of thousands of people who depend on MUST for food, clothing, shelter, employment services and more.

To learn more about MUST Ministries, please visit To learn more about YANMAR’s BULL Series UTVs, please visit


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