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  1. NEWS : Temporary Layoffs Set to Begin at YORK Plant
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Temporary Layoffs Set to Begin at YORK PlantDate Created: Jun 19, 2008, 05:52 AM Layoffs Set to Begin at YORK Plant Harley-Davidson is laying off workers at its Springettsbury Township facility next week beginning Monday. Rebecca Bortner, a company spokeswoman, said Wednesday the temporary layoffs are in addition to Harley's planned shutdown from June 30 through July 3. The number of layoffs for the week beginning Monday was not immediately known. Renee Henry, a worker at the plant for eight years, said she and other employees were informed about the layoff last
  2. NEWS : Harley-Davidson Museum - Capturing the Harley Spirit
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley-Davidson Museum - Capturing the Harley SpiritDate Created: Jun 10, 2008, 06:48 AM Harley-Davidson Museum - Capturing the Harley Spirit One month away from its grand opening, Milwaukee's Harley-Davidson Museum has unveiled a crowning touch: a 16-foot-tall, 5,000-pound, hill-climbing bronze biker. The larger-than-life image - one-and-one-half times life size, to be exact - emerged from beneath black drapes Monday afternoon. The sculpture is of a vintage 1930 Harley rider, frozen in a skyward wheelie. Its daring young driver, with only one hand on the handlebars, has reached the pinnacle of an
  3. NEWS : Harley Softail Stars in New Indiana Jones Movie
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley Softail Stars in New Indiana Jones MovieDate Created: May 23, 2008, 10:22 PM From a Harley-Davidson Press Release: A Harley-Davidson Softail Springer Classic features prominently in the new Indiana Jones movie "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" opening in theaters across the country on today. Customized Springer Softail Classics will join H-D Museum Collection Shia LaBeouf riding the 2007 Harley-Davidson Softail Springer Classic Directed by Steven Spielberg, the latest in the series of cult Indiana Jones movies stars Harrison Ford and Shia LaBeouf along with a 2007
  4. NEWS : Even At 105, Harley-Davidson Continues To Attract New Riders
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Even At 105, Harley-Davidson Continues To Attract New RidersDate Created: May 22, 2008, 07:46 AM Even At 105, Harley-Davidson Continues To Attract New Riders In 2008, the iconic motorcycle manufacturer commemorates 105 years of American know-how, chrome, leather and steel. But instead of looking in the rearview mirror at its rich history, Harley-Davidson is keeping its eyes on the road ahead by continuing to welcome new riders into an already diverse family. Join the Party Harley-Davidson is the only motorcycle manufacturer that offers a branded rider education program in 42 states through
  5. NEWS : Harley-Davidson Online Application Maps Out Fuel Stops for Any Road Trip
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley-Davidson Online Application Maps Out Fuel Stops for Any Road TripDate Created: May 22, 2008, 07:43 AM Harley-Davidson Online Application Maps Out Fuel Stops for Any Road Trip HOUSTON, -- Motorcyclists just got an interactive tool that will make it easier to map out their fueling pit stops for cross-country road trips. Thanks to Harley-Davidson(R) Ride Planner version 2.0, riders have immediate access to customizable maps that include the more than 14,000 US Shell-branded gasoline stations along any route. The Harley-Davidson(R) Web-based Ride Planner allows motorcyclists
  6. NEWS : Harley-Davidson Sells $1B in Bonds Amid Flagging Sales
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley-Davidson Sells $1B in Bonds Amid Flagging SalesDate Created: May 22, 2008, 07:39 AM Harley-Davidson Sells $1B in Bonds Amid Flagging Sales Harley-Davidson Inc. on Wednesday said it has sold $1 billion in bonds, providing cash that one analyst suggested could help the struggling motorcycle maker weather a deteriorating market outlook. The announcement comes a month after the Milwaukee-based maker of one of America's most iconic rides said it will cut its work force by 8 percent and trim bike shipments by the thousands. Harley-Davidson agreed to sell the bonds on May
  7. NEWS : Harley Ads Leave Worry in the Dust
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley Ads Leave Worry in the DustDate Created: May 07, 2008, 09:51 AM Harley Ads Leave Worry in the Dust Defiant Campaign Said to Be Inspired by Customers' Mood DETROIT -- Economy got you down? Take some advice from Harley-Davidson: "Screw it; Let's ride." The motorcycle maker's bold new U.S. ad campaign carries an in-your-face theme and tough-talking copy ("Fear sucks") that came from the company's customers, said Mark-Hans Richer, who last summer became Harley-Davidson's first CMO after leaving General Motors Corp. The print and online ads, from Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis,
  8. NEWS : It's OFFICIAL : Harley-Davidson Museum to open July 12
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : It's OFFICIAL : Harley-Davidson Museum to open July 12Date Created: May 07, 2008, 09:40 AM It's OFFICIAL : Harley-Davidson Museum to open July 12 It's been in the works for years, but the Harley-Davidson Museum is finally set to throw its doors open to the public with a grand opening celebration July 12. Planned festivities include a custom bike build, a tattoo artist, live music and dining at the museum's restaurant and cafe. More than 450 motorcycles will be on display at the new 130,000-square-foot museum, which sits on 20
  9. MARKETING : Harley Says SCREW IT, LET'S RIDE!
    From Miles and Smiles MARKETING : Harley Says SCREW IT, LET'S RIDE!Date Created: May 06, 2008, 10:31 AM Harley Says SCREW IT, LET'S RIDE! Over the last 105 years in the saddle, we've seen war, conflicts, depression, recession, resistance and revolution. But every time this country has come out stronger than before. Because chrome and asphalt puts distance between you and whatever the world can throw at you. Freedom and wind outlast hard times. And the rumble of an engine drowns out all the spin on the evening news. If 105 years have proved one thing,
  10. NEWS : Harley-Davidson's CEO Calls Decision to Cut Jobs 'excruciating'
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley-Davidson's CEO Calls Decision to Cut Jobs 'excruciating'Date Created: Apr 28, 2008, 08:12 AM Harley-Davidson's CEO Calls Decision to Cut Jobs 'excruciating' Harley-Davidson Inc.'s chief executive officer James Ziemer told attendees of the company's annual shareholders meeting Saturday morning that he "agonized" about the recent decision to cut the company¹s work force by about 730 employees. "Excruciating is the word," Ziemer told a gathering of several hundred shareholders who attended the meeting at the Pfister Hotel in downtown Milwaukee. "Make no mistake, I agonized over this decision. In fact, it was
  11. NEWS : Harley-Davidson Ups Its Dividend 10%
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley-Davidson Ups Its Dividend 10%Date Created: Apr 28, 2008, 08:09 AM Harley-Davidson Ups Its Dividend 10% NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson, Inc. said Saturday it was raising its quarterly dividend 10% to 33 cents a share. HOG 39.35, +0.85, +2.2%) made the announcement following its annual shareholder meeting. The new dividend applies to the second quarter and is payable June 20 to shareholders of record as of June 5, the Milwaukee-based company said
  12. THIS SUMMER : Got Your HD 105th Anniversary Tickets Yet?
    From Miles and Smiles THIS SUMMER : Got Your HD 105th Anniversary Tickets Yet?Date Created: Apr 25, 2008, 09:30 AM Got Your HD 105th Anniversary Tickets Yet? Memorial Weekend will be here before you know it! If you are thinking of hitting the 105th in Milwaukee or just want to have a very nice HD collectable, get your tickets to the 105th! THE OFFICIAL 105th Anniversary Pages at HARLEY-DAVIDSON The official 105th Anniversary Celebration Ticket Package is $65 USD. First-class all the way from the Motor Company! Ride on brothers!
  13. NEWS : Harley-Davidson to Cut Jobs, Ship Fewer Motorcycles
    From Miles and Smiles NEWS : Harley-Davidson to Cut Jobs, Ship Fewer MotorcyclesDate Created: Apr 18, 2008, 09:57 PM Harley-Davidson to Cut Jobs, Ship Fewer Motorcycles Harley-Davidson Inc. on Thursday said that it will cut motorcycle production and slash about 730 jobs as the sluggish U.S. economy slows demand for its iconic motorcycles. The Milwaukee-based motorcycle manufacturer also reported that it expects full-year per-share earnings to drop as much as 20 percent. First-quarter net income for Harley-Davidson (NYSE: HOG) slid 2.5 percent to $187.6 million compared with $192.3 million for the same period a year ago. Earnings
  14. WELCOME! Välkommen - Witajcie - Velkomin - Hau Koda
    From Miles and Smiles WELCOME! Välkommen - Witajcie - Velkomin - Hau KodaDate Created: Jul 07, 7777, 06:07 AM Thanks for wheelin' by MILES AND SMILES! You will find all HARLEY-DAVIDSON all the time with news, rants and more. Read a bit from The_Articles and click some pix. Man, its impossible to get enough Harley stuff, dig? Please tell your riding buddies too. Comments or Questions = Email MilesAndSmiles.net!
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