H.O.G. Turns Silver Into Chrome

The Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) kicks off its 25th Anniversary Aug. 28 in Milwaukee , Wis. with an event including free admission to CLUB H.O.G. 25 for H.O.G. members (plus one guest per member). Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, hosts CLUB H.O.G. 25, which will feature live entertainment, a ride-in show with awards including the 7th Annual Willie G. Award, MDA fundraising activities and performances by stunt riders and motorcycle drill teams.

In addition, the H.O.G. 25th Anniversary Concert Celebration, a private concert for H.O.G. members and their guests, is planned for the evening of Aug. 28 inside the 40,000-plus seat Miller Park . The concert is a separate ticketed event that promises headline entertainment. Ticket pricing and purchase information and will be announced later.

Additional details about Club H.O.G. 25 and the H.O.G. 25th Anniversary Concert will be announced in future issues of Hog Tales magazine and on the members-only site at members.hog.com as they become available.

"Anticipation for next year's celebration couldn't be greater. We sincerely appreciate the opportunity to hold our 25th Anniversary Celebration at Miller Park, which is an outstanding facility," says Mike Keefe, VP, Harley-Davidson Motor Co. and director, Harley Owners Group. "CLUB H.O.G. 25 will be an exclusive premier event that will attract tens of thousands of Harley Owners Group members from around the country and around the world." The celebration will continue during Harley-Davidson's 105th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee at Henry Maier Festival Park along the lakefront in downtown Milwaukee. H.O.G. Island, a free, exclusive H.O.G. hospitality area, will be on Milwaukee's all-new Lakeshore State Park during the Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Celebration. H.O.G. members and their guests can also kick back at H.O.G. Haven, a low cost RV and campground featuring food and beverage concessions, vendors and live entertainment between Aug. 27 and Sept. 1 at Washington County Fair Park in West Bend, Wis., the site of H.O.G.'s 20th anniversary Club H.O.G. XX in 2003.

"This is a signature initiative for one of Milwaukee?s greatest institutions, and we are proud to be serving as host," said Rick Schlesinger, EVP — Business Operations for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Founded in 1983, the Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) has more than a million members and more than 1,400 chapters worldwide, making it the largest factory-sponsored motorcycle organization in the world.