Harley-Davidson Announces Second, 12,000-Sq.-Ft., Retail Store in Albuquerque
By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor
Albuquerque proved to be so prosperous an environment for the Harley-Davidson product that a second retail store has been announced to open to meet customer demands. The new location will open in March at 8605 Lomas Boulevard NE.
Industry leader Scott Fischer Enterprises is behind the expansion and named the new store Duke City Harley-Davidson. The space encompasses 12,000+ square feet and is only 10 miles from the sister Harley-Davidson Thunderbird store. It will feature retail space for motorcycles, parts and accessories, and will offer more service bays for customers needing motorcycle maintenance or repair. Currently the site is undergoing renovations and has scheduled two openings in March.
Around 30 employees will be hired for sales and service positions. Thunderbird General Manager Sean Delaney and Assistant Manager Karen Henz will oversee Duke City as well. The store will also share the local Turquoise Trail H.O.G. Chapter.
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