News LeoVince USA Launches Closeout Site

LeoVince USA Launches Closeout Site

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Just in time for the holidays, LeoVince USA will be launching a brand new website dedicated to closeout LeoVince products. Standard prices will start at 35% off retail with even better deals on some products.

Tim Calhoun (Executive Vice President of LeoVince USA) says: “In order to better manage the high volume of products at LeoVince USA and to provide the cleanest and deepest available inventory of our best-selling products, we are starting a new program to create a more coordinated decommissioning of our products.”

Commencing Dec. 1, LeoVince USA will publish and distribute the most current discontinued list (“DISCO”) with pricing to our dealers. A new list will be published on the first of every month.

After the initial 30 days on the DISCO list, the previous month’s discontinued items will be relocated to, where the products will be listed for the public at a reduced price.

Once a product is listed on the site, LeoVince dealers may still purchase it at a reduced margin for as long as the product is listed at (typically 60 days). As additional items become discontinued each month, a new list of DISCO items will be generated and the cycle will repeat.

Forza First! During the first week of publication, the DISCO list will be available EXCLUSIVELY to our FORZA dealers. These items will not be made available to the rest of the dealer network until after the first week of publication, at which time the discontinued list will be made available nationally to all qualified LeoVince dealers. FORZA dealers will always have one month of unrestricted access to these discontinued items, and these products will be limited to product on hand.

If you are looking for exceptional deals on LeoVince products, you can visit this new site starting the week of November 7th. Make your wish list now and visit to find an exceptional deal on products for your motorcycle.

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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