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Indian Motorcycle Names Vice-President of After Sales

    GILROY, Calif.--Feb. 4, 2003--Indian Motorcycle Corporation announces the February 1st appointment of Wade Hubbard to the newly created position of Vice President, After Sales.
    In this position, Wade will oversee the successful development and operation of service & parts, accessory & apparel, customer service and Indian Rider's Group(TM) activities.
    Wade Hubbard has over twenty years of after sales experience in the automobile business, including positions of General Manager After Sales for Mercedes-Benz in the USA and Director of After Sales for DaimlerChrysler in the UK. According to Wade, "I am very happy to be joining Indian Motorcycle Corporation and look forward to the challenge of furthering the image of this famous brand, beginning with delivering the highest level of customer service and expanding opportunities for customers to strengthen their affiliation with the Indian brand."
    Fran O'Hagan, SVP Sales, Service, Marketing and Product Management, commented, "Wade brings a broad range of after sales experience to his position, and understands how to manage those activities to maximize customer satisfaction. Wade is also a long-time motorcycle enthusiast, with everything from cruisers to sport bikes competing for space in his garage."
    Commenting on the appointment, Lou Terhar, President and CEO, said, "With the successful introduction of the new Chief(R) motorcycles in 2002 and the enormous progress we have made since then, getting someone of Wade's caliber to focus on growing our after sales activities is a key next step in our plan for market growth."

    About Indian Motorcycle Corporation

    Indian Motorcycle Corporation, based in Gilroy, California, was formed in 1998 to re-launch an American icon. The original Indian Motorcycle Company built the first American-made motorcycle in 1901. The Indian brand is well known to motorcycle enthusiasts because of its reputation for innovation and distinctive styling. Indian currently designs, manufactures and markets a full line of premium heavyweight motorcycles and a broad range of related products, parts, accessories, riding gear and lifestyle apparel. For more information on Indian motorcycles, please visit

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