Some powersports dealerships in one state are beginning St. Patrick’s Day with the idea of not making much in the way of green for the foreseeable future, according to posts on social media.
Longtime Powersports Business Power 50 dealership Mosites Motorsports in North Versailles, Pennsylvania, posted an Instagram message to customers Monday night that as “per direction given by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf regarding the closure of non-essential business: We will be closed to the public until further notice; however we will be accessible by phone during modified business hours in an effort to accommodate our customers with their powersports needs.”
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Mosites Motorsports is temporarily closing as per the request of Governor Tom Wolf regarding non-essential business. Currently we do not know the date will be opening back up, however we will keep the public informed via our Website, our Social Media Platforms, and Google postings. We are currently working on developing a plan where purchasing both parts and units are available through the phone and tools on our website. If you wish to contact us please leave a message if no one picks up at: 412-376-2300 A small number of employees will still be involved with activities at the dealership thus allowing us to continue behind the scenes operations while maintaining a requested quarantine. This will allow us to open up with an ever great fervor and capability once the request to cease operations is removed. Regards, Mosites Motorsports
The dealership carries Ducati, Triumph, Can-Am, Spyder, Kawasaki, Honda, Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo and BMW.
Kissel Motorsports in Tyrone posted this message on its Facebook:
“Due to Governor Wolf's request for voluntary non-essential business closures, we are limiting our business to online and phone transactions only. The showroom will be closed until further notice. We will be responding to emails, sales leads and phone calls in our normal fashion. We thank you for your understanding during these unusual times and we look forward to resuming normal operations soon!”
Kissell offers American Landmaster, Beta, BMW, Ural and Zero.