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Motorcycle Mall to raffle 2013 Suzuki GSX-R 600 during NYC IMS

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Belleville, N.J.-based Motorcycle Mall, the tri-state area’s premier motorcycle and powersports dealership, will be making waves at the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal in Weehawken, N.J., during the New York Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS) this weekend, Friday, Dec. 13–Sunday, Dec. 15.

More than 20,000 motorcycle enthusiasts rode the ferry from the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal to the Jacob Javits Center last year and this year’s attendance is expected to increase due to Motorcycle Mall’s giveaway of an extremely rare motorcycle. The North Jersey mega-mall will be raffling a 2013 Suzuki GSX-R Yoshimura Limited Edition sportbike, one of 45 made, listed at $15,099, to customers that ride the ferry from the Weehawken terminal during the IMS dates.

“Setting up a Suzuki display the last two years has help drive awareness among thousands of pre-qualified motorcyclists,” said VP and Director of Operations, John Resciniti III. “With the additional attractions of a Yoshimura Limited Edition GSX-R giveaway and the Motorcycle Mall umbrella girls this year, we feel we’ve created a unique promotion and interacting experience that will leave a lasting impression with current and future customers.”

NY Waterway ferries offer a fast, easy and the only traffic-free way to cruise to the Jacob Javits Convention Center for the IMS. With ferries running throughout the day, NY Waterway provides the most convenient transportation to the Javits Center. Show-goers can also save time and money by ordering a ticket online at and use promo code NYWW for $3 off admission tickets.

Motorcycle Mall is a multi-line motorcycle and powersports dealership located in Northern New Jersey. They carry the following brands: Suzuki, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Honda, Aprilia, Vespa, Piaggio, Moto Guzzi, Polaris, Victory, Can-Am, Sea-Doo, Ski-Doo and Kymco. Motorcycle Mall was started 37 years ago by John Resciniti Sr. and is still family owned and operated, now by this son, John Resciniti Jr. and grandson, John Resciniti III.

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