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HP Exhibitors Call Buyers to “Start Your Engines” for Carolina Harley Trail Give-away

Five High Point Market exhibitors have joined forces to offer buyers at Spring market a chance to win a free Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

Sponsoring exhibitors; Planned Furniture Promotions (PFP), Classy Art Wholesalers, Southern Motion, Howard Miller & Hekman and Crown Mark, will offer one winner their choice of the 2018 Fat Boy, Fat Bob, Heritage Classic, Street Bob or Softail Slim, displayed in the five participating showrooms, as part of a promotion to increase showroom traffic.

Four semi-finalists will win licensed Harley-Davidson apparel. 

This year marks a major shift in styling for Harley-Davidson, as they have completely redesigned the scale and features of most of their line.  

To win, those registered as U.S. buyers will pickup an official Carolina Harley Trail Passport at any one of the sponsoring showroom locations. During the last showroom visit, with all five stamps, passports may be dropped off for automatic entry into the promotion.

No purchase is necessary.

Entries will be accepted 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 10, through Tuesday, April 17. A drawing will be held at each showroom to pick five semi-finalists who will receive an apparel prize. The grand prize drawing will occur on live video, selecting one winner who will have their choice of one of the five classic bikes.  

“Many buyers have come to markets for years and it’s strictly business,” says Tom Liddell, sr. vp at PFP. “This April, we are shaking things up and mixing in a little fun and excitement.”

The showroom stops are located in high-traffic areas.
“Planned Furniture Promotions is the only new showroom of the group,” adds Liddell. “But PFP is easy to find, right next to the entrance of Center Point on Manning and East Russell in the What-If Building.” 

G. Lipscomb, executive vp of Southern Motion said, “As an American-made resource, we’re proud that we’re part of this with America’s own classic bike, the Harley-Davidson.”  

Like Harley-Davidson, Howard Miller is an iconic American manufacturer, producing in Zeeland, Michigan since 1926.  Classy Art’s products are all made in the USA as well. The group is working with Riding High Harley-Davidson, a well-known, Triad area dealership located in High Point who  will assist the winner with licensing, taxes and shipping if necessary. 

For more details, contest rules and a map to the showrooms, buyers can visit the promotion website

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