The dealer will show off the latest Harley-Davidson bikes and Motorclothes at an event with food, live music, a silent auction and raffles. Profits from the “spring break out” will benefit the Honor Flight.
"This is a perfect fit for us teaming up with the Honor Flight, we really look to have a benefit for veterans as Harley-Davidson and Bald Eagle Harley-Davidson are in full support of our veterans and our military," manager David Zambon told WLUC.
Social hour for the event begins at 6 p.m. Tickets for the spring break out are $25 at the dealership before March 17, $30 at the door.
Posted by Holly Wagner