The owners of Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson in Washington state are closing their Coeur d'Alene and Spokane stores next month to consolidate into one megastore in the Spokane Valley.
The new 70,000 sq. ft. store will consolidate Lone Wolf with Timber Wolf Harley-Davidson of Spokane. Plans for the new store include a large customer lounge with a cafe and WiFi, pool table and foosball. The service department will have bays for 14 technicians and diagnostic technology. Lone Wolf is also planning winter motorcycle storage for its clients.
"We're going to have more room for events, as well as a huge showroom for bikes, motorcycle clothing, parts and accessories," Beth Ernst, dealer principal for Lone Wolf and Timber Wolf Harley-Davidson, told the Coeur d’Alene Press.
Greg and Beth Ernst bought the new 11-acre Spokane Valley property in 2010. Sterling Savings Bank has the loan on the building and improvements, and Polin & Young Construction are responsible for the remodel.
Timber Wolf was formerly one of three Shumate Harley-Davidson dealerships. The Ernsts bought it out of bankruptcy in 2010.
Although the store will open in June, Lone Wolf plans a grand opening celebration Aug. 20-21. Information: 208.667.7433.
Posted by Holly Wagner