Several dealerships have stepped up to support Hurricane Harvey victims, including Black Sheep Harley-Davidson, Cannonball Harley-Davidson, Temecula Harley-Davidson, Freedom Powersports, Roughneck Harley-Davidson, Peterson's Harley-Davidson, Central Texas Harley-Davidson, Woods Fun Center and more.
Black Sheep Harley-Davidson, of Huntington, West Virginia, collected a variety of items, including baby items, wipes, hygiene products, cleaning supplies, paper towels, bottled water, gloves and blankets up to September 2 to send to victims.
Cannonball Harley-Davidson, of Terre Haute, Indiana, teamed up with local charity Helping His Hands to raise money for hurricane victims. The dealership offered 15 percent off of one item for all customs who visited the shop. Proceeds will go toward purchasing hygiene items and other supplies for those in need.
Harley-Davidson of Dothan in Alabama helped gather items for those in need in Houston, collecting items in its service department until Sept. 2.
Cycle Center of Denton in Texas is collecting items for Hurricane Harvey relief through Sept. 5 and will send a truck down to Houston. All cash donated to the dealership's relief fund will go directly to the Kiwanis Club of Houston to help kids and families in need.
Peterson's Harley-Davidson South and Peterson's Harley-Davidson of Miami North in Miami, Florida, are serving as collection sites for donations to send to Mancuso Crossroads Harley-Davidson in Houston. Peterson's said in an e-blast, "Texas needs our help and support. Please help us by donating items, so we can send immediately for those in need. We will be shipping boxes out daily." The dealership requests items such as new underwear, new socks, diapers, wipes, bottled water, non-perishable food items, pet supplies, cleaning supplies, box fans, work gloves, work boots, new blankets and new pillows.
Harley-Davidson of Cool Springs in Franklin, Tennessee; Harley-Davidson of Pensacola, in Florida; Emerald Coast Harley-Davidson of Fort Walton Beach, Florida; Mobile Bay Harley-Davidson of Mobile, Alabama; New Orleans Harley-Davidson of Metairie, Louisiana; and Smokin' Harley-Davidson of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, worked to fill a Harley-Davidson 18-wheeler with relief supplies bound for Texas.
Freedom Powersports, based in Fort Worth, Texas, sent a pair of PWCs to Houston to aid in search, rescue and evacuation efforts and dropped of an E-Z-GO for the SPCA of Dallas to help with the influx of animals affected by the hurricane.
Roughneck Harley-Davidson in Longview, Texas, hosted a 72-hour Bottled Water Drive for Houston, which began on Aug. 29 to aid victims.
Palm Beach Harley-Davidson in West Palm Beach, Florida, and Huntington Beach Harley-Davidson in Westminster, California, each made a $100 donation to the American Red Cross for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort for every new Harley sold from Sept. 1-3, and also served as donation drive drop-off sites.
Central Texas Harley-Davidson of Round Rock, and Woods Fun Center in Austin, Texas, will be collecting donations for the flood victims and sending a truck to Houston, where Mancuso Harley-Davidson and Mancuso BMW will distribute the items to those in need.
Big Moose Harley-Davidson, of Portland, Maine, is hosting a donation drive for victims from now until Sept. 16. The dealership will also host a Donation Bike Wash on Saturday, Sept. 16 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. All proceeds will be sent to Mancuso Harley-Davidson in Houston, Texas.
Temecula Harley-Davidson in Temecula, California, is asking its followers on Facebook to support hurricane relief efforts at its Bike Night on Sept. 7 and at its anniversary celebration on Sept. 9.