News Ducati announces new and exclusive dealers in California

Ducati announces new and exclusive dealers in California

Ducati North America is proud to announce the grand opening of two brand new Ducati stores. A&S Ducati of Sacramento, which held opening festivities this past weekend at their Roseville location, and Ducati Newport Beach, which will hold a "Welcome to the Beach" party Saturday and Sunday, May 9 and 10, from 9am to 5pm.

A&S Ducati welcomed customers to its new exclusive Ducati dealership this past weekend. Despite the rain, big crowds enjoyed the festivities throughout both days while the Ducati Hypermotard truck hosted test rides around the Sacramento area. Additionally, customers were able to preview the very first new Streetfighter on display, courtesy of DNA, ahead of its nationwide launch weekend the 22-23rd of this month.

Ducati Newport Beach will open on May 9 as the newest Ducati-exclusive dealer in Southern California, located on Newport Boulevard, just blocks from the Pacific ocean in Orange County. The opening festivities at the dealership will include a "Beach Party" and the Ducati "Duc Truck" providing test rides throughout the weekend.

"These new exclusive California dealerships are a testament to the current buzz around the Ducati brand," said Ducati Network Development Manager Tim McNeely. "We are excited that both of these important locations are open for business and we look forward to developing exciting new showroom environments over the summer. The future is bright for Ducati, as our development plan in the USA remains on track."

Ducati Newport Beach | 1601 Newport Blvd | Costa Mesa, CA, 92627 | 949-706-1616

A&S Ducati | 1125 Orlando Ave | Roseville, CA, 95661 | 916-726-7334

For more information about these exciting new dealerships and their grand opening celebrations; please visit www.ducatiusa.com.


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