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After 21 years, Harley-Davidson of Bloomington sold

Performance Brokerage Services announced the sale of Harley-Davidson of Bloomington, Indiana, from Carol and Jeff Stevens to Mark and Michael Forszt.

Owned since 1998, Carol and Jeff Stevens took the Harley-Davidson dealership that had been there since 1940 and made it their own. Serving the community for over 21, years they have been a great part of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company’s 116-year history.

In 1999, they moved the dealership to its current location at 522 West Gourley Pike just off the 45 Bypass, where they warmly greeted everyone with a smile and a cup of coffee. They look forward to continuing their love of motorcycles and sharing the joy with their family.

New owners, Mark and Michael Forszt, already owners of multiple other dealerships in Indiana began with their first purchase in in 1996. Since then, they have grown to have the largest, multi-location Harley-Davidson dealership group in the state of Indiana, which includes Harley-Davidson of Kokomo, Harley-Davidson of Valparaiso, Harley-Davidson Shop of Michigan City, Hunter’s Moon Harley-Davidson and Indy West Harley-Davidson.

Harley-Davidson of Bloomington will remain at its location at 522 West Gourley Pike, Bloomington, Indiana for a couple of years, however Forszt plans to open new facility at a new location in the near future.

George C. Chaconas, the exclusive agent for this transaction and the head of the National Harley-Davidson and Powersports Division for Performance Brokerage Services commented, “I would like to thank Carol and Jeff Stevens for the opportunity to be of service and to help them retire and spend more time in Florida.”

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