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Indian Motorcycle Dealerships Opening Across the Nation

Indian Motorcycle continues to grow dealerships and demo rides.

Indian Motorcycle opened eleven dealerships and selected its first international distributor in Paris, France, since retailing its first motorcycle earlier this year. Production of the 2009 Indian Chief Standard, Deluxe, Roadmaster, and Vintage began last fall and delivery of the first models to Indian Motorcycle dealerships was in January. Since then, dealerships across the nation have scheduled grand opening celebrations and demo ride events.

Indian Motorcycle engineers and corporate staff will be on hand to answer questions and provide information on the new 2009 Indian Chief.

"As we re-launch America’s first motorcycle we are dedicated to providing an opportunity for motorcycle enthusiasts to see and ride the product" stated Chris Bernauer, General Manager of Indian Motorcycle.

A list of scheduled Dealership Grand Opening Celebrations and demo rides is outlined below:

  > Indian Motorcycle Paducah, Paducah, KY (Weekend of April 3rd)

  > Indian Motorcycle Tampa/St. Pete, Tampa, FL (Weekend of April 10th)

  > Indian Motorcycle of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (Weekend of April 17th)

  > Indian Motorcycle of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA (Weekend of April 24th)

  > Indian Motorcycle of North Jersey, Whippany, NJ (Weekend of May 8th)

  > Indian Motorcycle of Boston, Boston, MA (Weekend of May 13th)

  > Indian Motorcycle of Wichita, Wichita, KS (Weekend of May 22nd)

  > Indian Motorcycle of Omaha, Omaha, NE (Weekend of May 29th)

  > Indian Motorcycle Dallas, Dallas, TX (Weekend of June 5th)

  > Indian Motorcycle Detroit, Detroit, MI (Weekend of June 27th)

"We are in a period of growth and are continuing to add dealer partners. Demand for the 2009 Indian Chief is impressive and we are continually evaluating potential dealership candidates to ensure that our customers have a premium retail environment to purchase and service their Indian Motorcycles" said Bernauer.

In addition to being present at dealership openings across the country, the Indian Motorcycle show truck and event staff will also be present at Thunder Beach Rally in Panama City Beach, Fla., Laughlin River Run in Laughlin, Nev., Laconia Rally in Laconia, N.H., and Sturgis in Sturgis, S.D.

For more information becoming an Indian Motorcycle Dealer or for more information on the Indian Motorcycle event schedule, Dealership locations and openings, the motorcycles, accessories, apparel and gifts visit www.indianmotorcycle.com

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