2011 Harley-Davidson: Electra Glide Raffle

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Win a Harley

Always assisting America’s law-enforcement agencies, Harley-Davidson wanted to take it one step further.

The Motor Company recently built a special edition Electra Glide and donated to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

And now, the non-profit memorial fund is raffling off the Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide Peace Officer Special Edition motorcycle. The tickets are $25 each, and all the proceeds will go to build the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, D.C. (images above)

Craig W. Floyd (Memorial Fund’s Chairman & CEO) says: “Harley-Davidson Motor Company has a long and distinguished history of supporting law enforcement in our country, and we are excited to continue our partnership to build the National Law Enforcement Museum.”

The first 1,000 people who purchase the Harley-Davidson Raffle tickets will also receive a limited edition “Thin Blue Line Harley-Davidson & National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund” t-shirt. (This offer is restricted to one t-shirt per transaction).

The Harley Ultra Classic Electra Glide is worth $21,747, and only 4,000 raffle tickets are being printed. The winner, who doesn’t have to be present to win, will be announced on Monday, May 16, one day after National Peace Officer Memorial Day.

Tickets can be purchased in one of two ways: by calling either 877-622-BIKE (2453) or 202-737-3402 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m (EDT) Monday-Friday, or in person at the Memorial Fund’s Visitors Center & Store, located at 400 7th St., NW, Washington, D.C., where the motorcycle is currently on display.

Previous raffles of motorcycles donated by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company have raised more than $175,000 for the Museum campaign.

For more information about the Memorial Fund’s Harley-Davidson motorcycle raffle, visit LawMemorial.org/HarleyRaffle.

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