Georgia store sold to Florida concern, renamed Falcons Fury H-D

Publish Date: 
Aug 6, 2014

CONYERS, Ga. – Stone Mountain Harley-Davidson is changing hands, moving from a powersports and auto dealer group in Georgia and Alabama to a Florida Harley-Davidson concern, and will operate under the new name Falcons Fury Harley-Davidson.

Buyers Rodin Younessi and John Hamer own and operate Seminole Harley-Davidson in Sanford and Space Coast Harley-Davidson in Palm Bay. Eager to expand their operation in the Southeast, Stone Mountain Harley-Davidson was a great opportunity in close proximity to their existing dealerships in Florida. The acquistion features one of the largest parts and service departments in Georgia.

The Dyer family, which sold Stone Mountain, had extensive experience in the powersports industry when they founded the dealership in December 2011, but it was their first Harley-Davidson franchise. The family also owns and operates Extreme Powersports in Columbus, Ga., as well as Gil’s Auto Sales, which consists of five retail locations in Georgia and Alabama. The Dyer family will focus their attention on their other businesses, while part-owner and general manager Joe Adams will pursue other business interests.

The transaction was exclusively facilitated by George C. Chaconas of Performance Brokerage Services.

“We contacted George Chaconas because of his stellar reputation in the Harley-Davidson space. George absolutely lived up to our expectations. Throughout the sale of our dealership, George was responsive, professional and successful in bringing us the best buyer for our store,” Jason Dyer said.

From a press release