With the beginning of a new year Scott Fischer Enterprises announced new developments in their business strategy that include the addition of another dealership and personnel changes and additions.
A leader in the industry for nearly 30 years, the company is capitalizing on strong organizational health and employing new ways to empower their staff at their soon-to-be seven locations, all with the goal of enhancing the customer and employee experience.
The changes include adding a new dealership to the company portfolio in southern California. Expected to close within the first quarter, the new location will be operated by Sean Delaney. Formerly President of Scott Fischer Enterprises, he will become the Partner and General Manager of the store.
Additional changes involve personnel and include:
Curtis McKinley, former General Manager of Scott Fischer Enterprises’ Huntsville, AL store, Rocket Harley-Davidson, has been named the General Manager of the company’s flagship store, Six Bends Harley-Davidson in Fort Myers, FL.
Jeff Lewis, seasoned in the motorsports industry has been named the General Manager at Rocket Harley-Davidson.
Joe Callas, formerly Floor Manager at Thunderbird Harley-Davidson, Scott Fischer Enterprises’ dealership in Albuquerque, NM has been named Sales Manager at Naples Harley-Davidson.
Aaron Barney, formerly Sales Manager at Naples Harley-Davidson has been named Riding Academy director for Southwest Florida, serving both Naples and Six Bends Harley-Davidson.
“We regularly perform customer and employee satisfaction surveys and really study the feedback. We’re excited to reveal what we’ve done in response to not only that feedback, but also the market,” commented Scott Fischer, founder and CEO of Scott Fischer Enterprises. “This new model allows our talented teams to best serve their customers based on their market knowledge. And our customer ‘Bill of Rights’ further supports our mission to provide the best product and the best service, no questions asked, to our customers.”
Founded and led by Scott Fischer with co-owner John Greene, Scott Fischer Enterprises owns and supports six Harley-Davidson locations (Six Bends Harley-Davidson in Fort Myers, Fla., Naples Harley-Davidson in Naples, Fla., Rocket Harley-Davidson in Huntsville, AL, Blue Ridge Harley-Davidson in Hickory, NC, and Thunderbird Harley-Davidson and Duke City Harley-Davidson, both in Albuquerque, NM). They will add another location in southern California before the end of the first quarter of 2016.