As you can see by the number of buyers seeking to acquire successful Harley-Davidson dealerships in recent months (and in today’s Powersports Business Enewsletter), there’s still plenty to like about partnering with the brand.
Keystone Harley-Davidson in Pennsylvania has moved into a new location, according to a report on the Morning Call’s MCall.com.
Lehigh Valley motorcycle enthusiasts have seen the shop move from its old spot in Parryville in Carbon County to a newly constructed 25,000 square-foot facility on three acres in Whitehall Township.
Owner Bob Eggstein provides further details in the Morning Call’s report.
Here’s a Facebook video from Eggestein also: