Milwaukee, WI – To celebrate the 110th anniversary of Harley-Davidson August 28 to September 2, 2013, House of Harley-Davidson will host the biggest party in Milwaukee. The dealership will be surrounded by more than 100 vendors, live music, stunt shows, food and cold beer. Layton Avenue will be closed for four blocks in both directions and House of Harley-Davidson will feature special charity event days which are also open to the public.
– Wednesday, August 28 – Military Day benefiting Fisher House Wisconsin
– Thursday, August 29 – Law Enforcement Day benefiting Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.)
– Friday, August 30 – Firefighter Day benefiting MDA
– Sunday, September 1 – Women Riders Day benefiting Komen
The House of Harley, in Milwaukee, WI is one of the world’s largest Harley-Davidson dealers with an impressive facility of more than 50,000 square feet hosting a huge inventory of Harley Davidson Motorcycles, MotorClothes merchandise, along with Genuine H-D parts and accessories and offer one of Wisconsin’s top Rider’s Edge Programs, the new motorcycle rider safety training. The House of Harley-Davidson has won the Bar & Shield Award 14 times (awarded to the top 25 HD dealerships in the world), more than any other dealer in the world.
Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys will be giving away a custom 2013 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Motorcycle at the House of Harley-Davidson during the 110th Anniversary Celebration to one lucky BAM member. Motorcycle lawyer Russ Brown created the BAM Benefit Card which offers free emergency roadside and legal assistance for motorcycle riders across the US. The BAM (Free Breakdown & Legal Assistance for Motorcyclists) program is a network of volunteers in the motorcycling community – riders helping riders – who are willing to help out a fellow rider in need when stranded on the road. Motorcycle enthusiasts can Join BAM at one of the Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys booths at bike shows throughout the country to become eligible for the motorcycle giveaway.
— Press release from Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys