News LeoVince: Dealer Sign-Up Goes Digital

LeoVince: Dealer Sign-Up Goes Digital

Motorcycle Industry News

Last week LeoVince USA launched an aggressive sale in an effort to reduce motorcycle inventory before the end of the year. Due to the overwhelming demand of new dealers submitting applications, a change was needed.

LeoVince, a leader in the aftermarket motorcycle market, has now created an online portal for dealership sign-up. New LeoVince dealers will now be able to complete an online application to become a certified dealer. This move will decrease activation response time for dealers capitalizing on the 4th quarter sale and additional benefits offered as a dealer.

Rick Marlin LeoVince (Director of Sales_ says; "The move to digital forms will allow dealers to quickly sign up and take advantage of everything we have to offer them. In the past week we have created a network of over 100 Forza and E-Forza Dealers across the U.S. Our programs are easy, rewarding and all about making dealers money."

LeoVince’s fourh quarter sale offers an aggressively reduced dealer pricing structure on a large assortment of SBK and X3 motorcycle exhausts. Because this product will be placed on the LeoVince discontinued product list no MAP Policy will apply to these product offerings. Any dealer joining LeoVince’s rewards will receive the benefit of free shipping on all products for the term of the sale".

For a complete product listing, more information on LeoVince USA’s Inventory Reduction Sale, to purchase product or to become a Forza Dealer please contact one of our motorcycle product specialists at 510-232-4040 or via email at sales@leovinceusa.com

Dealers can now sign up online at leovinceusa.com/dealerapp/

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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