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Big Dog and Dodge

Big Dog Motorcycles, the world’s largest manufacturer of chopper-style motorcycles, has entered into a strategic market alliance with Dodge trucks and automobiles. There will be cross-promotional marketing efforts at motorcycle rallies, auto shows, and dealership open houses. Big Dog motorcycles have appeared in television advertisements for the new Dodge Charger, and Dodge will participate in the Big Dog Motorcycles’ Tornado Rally, June 10-11, in Wichita, Kansas. “Big Dog Motorcycles and Dodge make a great fit,” according to Big Dog Motorcycles Marketing Director Paul Hansen.



Big Dog Motorcycles www.bigdogmotorcycles.com
Dodge www.dodge.com

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