Motorcycle Types Cruiser MIC: 2011 Revive Your Ride Through June 30

MIC: 2011 Revive Your Ride Through June 30

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Motorcycle Industry News

The Motorcycle Industry Council’s Revive Your Ride! promotion garnered much attention from sponsors, the aftermarket companies putting up $40,000 worth of prizes and cash to drive customer’s into participating powersports retailers.

But although the Revive Your Ride! has much incentive for participants, the MIC says very few powersports retailers have actually signed up for the promotion. Due to this, there may be a cancellation of the promotion.

This week, MIC provides the Top Five Reasons why dealers are not participating in Revive Your Ride!:

5) You’re throwing the competition a bone by ignoring this opportunity while they take advantage of it

4) You’ve sold out of everything and have absolutely nothing left to sell

3) You have too many customers already and you don’t want any more

2) The customers you do have aren’t interested in winning money or prizes

And the number one reason for not participating in Revive Your Ride!:

1) You’ve made so much money already that you’re embarrassed by your overwhelming success and don’t want to make any more

The Motorcycle Industry Council Reports:

But for those powersports retailers who still want to attract customers and make money, the Revive Your Ride! WIN BIG Giveaway promotion will NOT be cancelled and actually runs through June 30th. It’s not too late to sign up.

All you have to do is pay the small sum of $25 and you’ll receive 150 entry cards and two promotional posters. This is YOUR program, YOUR promotion; the nearly 300 Aftermarket members of the Motorcycle Industry Council paid for it.

Give your customers one more reason to get on their bike, come to your store and possibly win one of 50 fantastic prizes from the industry’s leading aftermarket manufacturers, importers and distributors:

ACCEL Motorcycle • Advanstar • Aftercare Service Contracts • Airhawk • Avon Motorcycle Tyres North America • Castle Sales • Custom Chrome • D.I.D. • Deltran • EMGO International • Helmet House • Indian Motorcycle • K & N Engineering • Kendon Industries • LeoVince USA • Motorsport Aftermarket Group • Manheim Auctions • National Cycle • Rider Insurance • Roadlok Security • Saddlemen • Sunstar Engineering • SuperTrapp Industries • Tucker Rocky Distributing • Yuasa Battery

 

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.

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