A.D. Farrow Harley-Davidson launches 100th anniversary celebration

Publish Date: 
Feb 9, 2012

Dealernews Top 100 dealer A.D. Farrow Harley-Davidson in central Ohio has teamed up with the Easyriders bike show and a local club to start festivities in conjunction with the dealership's 100th anniversary.

A.D. Farrow, with locations in Columbus and Sunbury, Ohio, plans to celebrate being America's Oldest Harley Dealer with a series of events, including a 100th anniversary celebration at the Bluestone club. The February party will serve as a Save the Date Reminder for a bigger series of events planned for June 13 to 23.

The Feb. 11 party will kick off at 8 p.m. with live music by artists Union Rose, The Jack, and Jasmine Cane with appearances by the Hard Candy Girls. A.D. Farrow Co. will be featured at the Easyriders Bike Show Tour at the Columbus Convention Center, once again hosting the “Baddest Bike Competition” with Columbus radio station The Blitz. The winner of the Baddest Bike Competition will have his/her ride displayed in the A.D. Farrow Co. booth at the Easyriders Bike Show Tour. Along with the Baddest Bike Display the booth boasts photo opportunities with Tommy Flanagan from the “Sons of Anarchy” TV show as well as the Hard Candy Girls.

The dealership will provide round-trip shuttle service from the Easyriders Bike Show Tour to its dealership in Sunbury and to Phillip's Original Coney Island. The shuttle will take guests of the show to the dealership for free for its second annual Merchandise Madness Event.

Posted by Holly Wagner

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