Charlie Cole, owner of four Harley-Davidson dealerships in Virginia and West Virginia, has taken ownership of a fifth dealership.
Cole recently acquired Doug’s Harley-Davidson in Florence, S.C. The new dealership has been renamed Black Jack Harley-Davidson.
Cole also owns Cole Harley-Davidson (Bluefield) and Charlie’s Harley-Davidson (Huntington) in West Virginia, and Black Bear Harley-Davidson (Wytheville) and Black Wolf Harley-Davidson (Bristol) in Virginia.
“We have enjoyed offering the premium motorcycle experience to our customers in the two Virginias and now look forward to serving the motorcycle community in the Carolinas,” Cole said.
Matt Flintrop is the new dealership’s general manager and brings 15 years of Harley-Davidson experience to Black Jack H-D. Black Jack Harley-Davidson is open Tuesday-Friday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., closed Sunday and Monday.Click here for reuse options!
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