A.D. Farrow customers can enroll at free 'university'

Publish Date: 
Mar 11, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio – When central Ohio customers need to get schooled on the latest trends and gear, there’s only one place to go: ADFU, short for A.D. Farrow Co. University.

The Top 100 Harley-Davidson dealer is offering 10 free educational sessions across the three stores, covering subject matter from all departments. The lunchtime courses include getting your bike ready for spring, audio/infotainment, packing for a long trip, the scope of Harley-Davidson Motorclothes, LED lighting and detailing.

Who better to lead the sessions than the leaders of the MotorClothes, parts and accessories, sales and service departments? They will serve as teachers for ADFU classes, which are free to the public and also provide customers with lunch to suit the noon start time.

The Saturday sessions were in high demand after Harley-Davidson’s release of the 2014 Project Rushmore bikes, which have several new features including new audio/infotainment systems that customers were eager to learn about, the dealership reports.

To see a complete list of sessions offered and their locations, click here.

Posted by Holly Wagner