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Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® Breaks Ground On Las Vegas Strip Dealership

Custom, one-of-a-kind bike celebrating Nevada's 150th Anniversary unveiled

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Earlier today, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® broke ground on a full-line Harley-Davidson® dealership on the famed Las Vegas Strip.  A custom Nevada Sesquicentennial-themed motorcycle celebrating the state's 150th anniversary was revealed as part of the event, along with details on how one lucky rider will win it at the store's grand opening.

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The groundbreaking event welcomed Harley-Davidson® owners from around the city as Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® President Don Andress and Vice President Timothy Cashman discussed the new location and along with Governor of Nevada Brian Sandoval, unveiled a custom Nevada Sesquicentennial-themed motorcycle.  Adding to its extreme rarity, Governor Sandoval signed the bike shortly after its reveal.

"I am pleased to see one of our great Nevada companies incorporate the Sesquicentennial into their business strategy," said Governor Brian Sandoval.  "The design of this one-of-a-kind bike is impressive and I commend Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® for not only creating a showpiece, but also developing a program that will integrate people and their love of riding into our state's celebration."

Set to open this fall, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® will be located directly on the Las Vegas Strip at 5191 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, just steps from the famed Welcome to Las Vegas sign.  The 50,000 square-foot space will feature a dealership, motorcycle rentals and a retail store.  The Las Vegas Strip location will be the brand's third location locally.

"We are thrilled to be opening a new location on the famed Las Vegas Strip," remarked Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® President Don Andress.  "We aim to be the world's best Harley-Davidson® dealerships, and this location will be no exception.  It will have the best people, trained, empowered and committed to providing the best experience to our customers every time."

"We are excited that the Las Vegas Strip will be the place that customers who want an authentic Harley-Davidson® experience can get their fill," remarked Harley-Davidson® North America Vice President Mike Kennedy.  "We are proud that the Nevada Sesquicentennial is being celebrated in one-of-a-kind, gleaming paint and chrome on an all new Street Glide®."

Harley-Davidson® enthusiasts have the opportunity to win the Nevada Sesquicentennial-themed motorcycle, the only design of its kind ever created. Soon, those hoping to take the bike home will be able to purchase raffle tickets benefitting Nevada 150 Foundation, Inc. The winner will be selected at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson®'s grand opening on the Las Vegas Strip this fall. Additional details regarding price and availability of raffle tickets will be announced shortly.  Prior to the store's opening, the bike will make appearances throughout the year at events and activities honoring Nevada's Sesquicentennial celebration.  Visit or email [email protected] to receive more information as soon as it is available.

About Las Vegas Harley-Davidson®
Since the 1940s, Harley-Davidson® Motor Company dealers have fulfilled the dreams of motorcycle lovers in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® is the premiere dealership for apparel, motor parts and accessories, service, and authorized rentals.  Serving more than 200,000 visitors each year, Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® is the proud recipient of several awards including 2002 Harley-Davidson® Promoter of the Year; 2003 Harley-Davidson® Gold Bar & Shield Circle of Excellence; and 2003 Dealernews Top 100 Dealer Award.

Nevada's Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of Nevada's admission to the Union, will provide opportunities for celebration and reflection as we come together statewide to commemorate our shared history and build a foundation of cultural appreciation for generations to come.  Nevada's one of a kind and diverse history will be celebrated throughout the state for an entire year in order to promote pride in the shared heritage of all Nevadans.  Nevada's Sesquicentennial celebration will commence on Nevada Day 2013 and conclude with an expanded Nevada Day celebration October, 2014. For more information, please visit


Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® breaks ground on Vegas Strip dealership


Harley Owners Group members rev their engines to signal the ground shaking for the new Las Vegas Harley-Davidson dealership on the Las Vegas Strip Photo Credit: Las Vegas Photo & Video, Inc.


Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® Vice President Timothy Cashman, Governor of Nevada Brian Sandoval and Las Vegas Harley-Davidson® President Don Andress Photo Credit: Las Vegas Photo & Video, Inc.


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