Here’s a reason to be optimistic if you’re a motorcycle dealer: Harley-Davidson of St. Augustine, Fla., reports that it posted record sales during the
Dealernews contributor Bill Shenk of PowerHouse Dealer Services has taken over management of two struggling dealerships (and has an agreement in principle to purc
The National Retail Federation projects holiday retail industry sales to decline one percent this year to $437.6 billion. While this number falls significantly be
I CAN'T REMEMBER the precise year that motorcycle sales in the U.S. began to tumble the last time, but 1982 sounds about right. Searching the Internet you ca
HOW WOULD YOU like to sit in on a management meeting while the team battles to turn around a faltering dealership — one that lost close to $1 million from i
ADP LIGHTSPEED continued its “Find Hidden Cash” webinar series today with a tutorial on cutting costs in the sales department. Hal Ethington, a senior
In this economy, every buck counts. Fewer people are riding now because money is tight. Plus, the people who are riding are spending less dough on themselves and
IN ALL LIKELIHOOD, the current decline in motorcycle sales isn't going to end anytime soon. There are too many things working against any kind of recovery. T
Joe delmont Mike Brugioni powersports trends staff reductions MIKE BRUGIONI PROBABLY will talk with more dealers this year than anyone in the
special report power products marketing forcast economy Power Products Marketing, a Minneapolis research firm, has been tracking the PWC market
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