CLEVELAND, Ohio – Dealers principal Mike and Franscene Davis are expanding their network of Ohio Harley-Davidson stores with the acquisition of a Cleveland store, renamed Rock-N-Roll City Harley-Davidson.
Mike Davis said the dealership officially transferred March 4, and the new name was in place March 5.
“'We're going to deliver the Harley soul to the city of rock and roll' is what we're telling everyone,” Davis told Crain’s Cleveland.
He’s looking for a new location to expand the store. He wants to build a state-of-the-art store with space for a service area, an large showroom and retail area for parts and gear.
The Davises bought their first Harley-Davidson dealership in 2003. They also own stores Adventure H-D in Dover, Top 100 dealer Mad River H-D in Sandusky and Rubber City H-D in Akron.
Posted by Holly Wagner