New BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products) logo launched in mid June of 2004.
In 1937, Joseph-Armand Bombardier obtained his first patent fot the development of a tracked vehicle for traveling over snow, later named the B7 Snowmobile.
BRP is now a world leader in the design, manufacture, distribution, and marketing of motorized recreational vehicles and powersports engines. Built on an 60-year tradition of excellence and headquartered in the Canadian town of Valcourt, Quebec, BRP owns manufacturing facilities in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Finland, Austria, and China, and has a total workforce of about 6,500 people.
BRP products are distributed in no fewer than 80 countries by over 5,000 dealers and distributors. Our internationally recognized product lines include:
• Ski-Doo and Lynx (snowmobiles)
• Sea-Doo (watercraft and sport boats)
• Evinrude and Johnson (outboard engines)
• Can-Am (ATVs/quads and roadsters)
• Rotax (engines)
BRP’s employees share our corporate vision: that passion and innovation can move the powersports world on snow, on water, on the road, and off the road. They also share and promote the company's corporate values:
• a winning attitude
• quality through rigorous execution
• financial strength
These are the standards that enable the BRP team to create market-shaping products – products that give powersports enthusiasts a unique experience which all together, are safer, more responsible, and more respectful of communities and the environment in which they reside.
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