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Scott Fischer selling two Florida Harley-Davidson dealerships

According to a report in the Fort Myers News-Press, Scott Fischer his selling his Harley-Davidson dealerships in Fort Myers and Naples, Florida.

Six Bends Harley-Davidson and Naples Harley-Davidson are being sold to TMCFM Inc., owned by the Veracka family, according to the report in the News-Press.

Six Bends Harley-Davidson opened in 2014.

The Motorcycle Company becomes the fifth-largest dealership group in the U.S., now with eight dealerships. Their other locations are as follows: Palm Beach Harley-Davidson, West Palm Beach, Florida; Avalanche Harley-Davidson, Denver, Colorado; High Octane Harley-Davidson, North Billerica, Massachusetts; Rawhide Harley-Davidson, Olathe, Kansas; Riverside Harley-Davidson, Riverside, California; and Huntington Beach Harley-Davidson, Westminster, California.

Huntington Beach Harley-Davidson ranked No. 4 among the 2017 Powersports Business Power 50 dealerships. Avalanche Harley-Davidson, High Octane Harley-Davidson and Rawhide Harley-Davidson also were selected as Power 50 dealerships in 2017.

Scott Fischer Enterprises now has three dealerships: Blue Ridge Harley-Davidson in Hickory, North Carolina; and Thunderbird Harley-Davidson and Duke City Harley-Davidson, both in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Scott Fischer Enterprises was named a member of the inaugural Power 15 in 2012.

Scott Fischer and former Harley-Davidson CEO Keith Wandell at the Six Bends opening in 2014.

The Motorcycle Company now trails only RideNow Powersports, Freedom Powersports, Windy City Motorcycle Company and Hall’s Motorsports as the largest dealership group in the U.S., according to Powersports Business data.

Read the News-Press story in its entirety by clicking here.

Read a 2015 story on Six Bends H-D by clicking here.





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