Cleveland's Harley-Davidson Showcases 2011 Motorcycles at Annual Fundraising Open House August 28, 2010
CLEVELAND, Aug. 13, 2010; Cleveland's Harley-Davidson is thrilled to offer several new bikes at their open house on Saturday, August 28 from 10-4p. The open house is a fundraising event that benefits and supports the Northeast Ohio Fallen Heroes Fund, a charity dedicated to the families of officers, firefighters and military who have given their lives or were injured in the line of duty.
Motorcycle enthusiasts will have the opportunity to view and test-drive the new models, including the Sportster 883 Super Low and CVO Road Glide Ultra. The Sportster 883 Super Low is lighter, more comfortable and handles better with longer rear suspension. A new clothing line and several previously-owned bikes will also be in the showroom to give all attendees a chance to be part of the Harley-Davidson family.
"This strategic annual event reflects our focus, efforts and investment to the community of Cleveland, the Harley-Davidson® brand and to support a local charity that affects many of our customers who are Cleveland police officers, firefighters, and military," said Stephanie Schmidt, Marketing Manager for Cleveland's Harley-Davidson Sales Company.
The open house will be at their Cleveland location on W. 145th & Lorain Road. All riders are welcome to attend this free event. Entertainment, contests, games and food are included with proceeds benefiting Northeast Ohio Fallen Heroes Fund.
Director of Northeast Ohio Fallen Heroes, Detective Steve Loomis said, "This partnership with Cleveland's Harley-Davidson creates so much awareness to the organization and the contributions are phenomenal. This event highlights the support and enthusiasm for the dedicated officers, firefighters and military whom risk their lives to make our city a safer place."
About Cleveland's Harley-Davidson Sales Company(R)
Harley-Davidson Sales Company in Cleveland, Ohio is a full service store carrying a complete line of Harley-Davidson® motorcycle parts, accessories, riding gear and apparel, general merchandise, and rentals. Established in 1929 by L.H. Simonson, it is currently owned and operated by Dan Schmidt, the grandson of L.H. Simonson. It is the oldest family-operated Harley-Davidson dealership in the state of Ohio. The 10,000 square foot showroom and 32,000 square foot service department and storage area are all on one floor and under one roof. For more information visit us at http://www.harleydavidsoncleveland.com/.