Dealership starts ‘gradual reopening’ on Thursday

After three weeks of voluntary closure from March 26-April 15 to assist in slowing the spread of the coronavirus, a 106-year-old dealership has announced its “gradual reopening” on Thursday, April 16.

Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson in Tulsa will not be open to the public. Instead, customers will be handled by appointment only. Many other contact-free services are being offered, including online vehicle purchases, financing and home delivery.

Exterior of Myers-Duren Harley-Davidson for Powersports Business article
Myers-Duren Harley Davidson, established in 1914, is back in action after a three-week voluntary closure due to the coronavirus.