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KFC to give free chicken for ‘MOM’ tattoos

May 8, 2009 by Newswire  
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KFC inks innovative Mother's Day offer: Show the Colonel your Mom-themed tattoo and KFC will show you the chicken.


Everyone celebrates Mom on May 10, but KFC wants to salute those showcasing their love for their mothers 365 days a year via a mom-themed tattoo. This Mother's Day, KFC will honor those who display their love for their mothers with permanent or temporary mom-themed tattoos. Plus, one lucky winner has the chance to win the ultimate Mother's Day gift.
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Women’s activities highlighted by Harley-Davidson at New York International Motorcycle Show

January 11, 2009 by Editor  
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At the upcoming Cycle World International Motorcycle Show presented by Toyota in New York City, Jan. 16-18, Harley-Davidson will highlight details on recently announced exciting women's riding events, including open registration for the second annual Harley-Davidson Women's Ride for MDA on March 3 in Daytona Beach, Fla. and sponsoring the 2009 American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) International Women & Motorcycling Conference in Keystone, Colo. from Aug. 19-22.

Laura Scherr of Harley-Davidson Women's Outreach will discuss other unique women's riding initiatives during the media tour on Friday. Mike Morgan of Harley-Davidson Product Communication will review the new XR1200 motorcycle and other 2009 models, and be available to assist media during the show.

For more information on this and upcoming International Motorcycle Shows, please visit

President-Elect Barack Obama Inauguration to be led by Harley-Davidson Tri-Glide motorcycle

On Jan. 20, 2009, at 12 p.m. President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn into office as the 44th President of the United States. Leading the way will be a Police Motorcycle escort riding a one-of-a-kind 2009 Harley-Davidson Police concept Tri-Glide Ultra Classic.

Lieutenant Scott Fear, Commander of the U.S. Park Police Motorcycle Unit, will lead the parade from the Capitol to the White House. (photo credit Christy Bowe)

AMA will celebrate 85th anniversary at Vintage Motorcycle Days

The AMA is pleased to announce that the Association will celebrate its 85th anniversary year in 2009 with a number of activities and events, culminating with AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, July 24-26, at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.

One eye-catching activity at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days will be a motorcycle parade with bikes representing the more than eight decades the AMA has been protecting riders' rights, from 1924 through 2009. This distinctive collection of motorcycles will provide a physical and visual representation of the long and varied history of the AMA.

"We're excited about pulling together this rich symbol of the AMA's history, and assembling such a diverse collection of motorcycles will be no small feat," said Tigra Tsujikawa, AMA marketing and special events manager. "If any of our members are interested in this special opportunity, I encourage them to visit the AMA's Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum website at or e-mail us at for details."

Founded in 1924, the AMA quickly became a national voice for the growing number of motorcycle clubs and riders in the U.S., a legacy that the Association has carried forward ever since. Today the AMA is the country's leading advocate for the protection and promotion of the motorcycling lifestyle and -- with more than 300,000 members -- it has grown to become the largest motorcycling organization in the world.

"During our 85 years, the AMA has undergone numerous changes to meet the evolving needs of our membership," said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman. "Currently, the AMA is positioning the organization to better serve all motorcyclists for the next 85 years and beyond. In 2009, we will recognize both this landmark anniversary and this exciting time of change with various events and activities, culminating at one of the year's can't-miss motorcycling events, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days."

In addition to the 85th anniversary celebration motorcycle parade, the AMA is asking its members to help the Association tell its story.

"We want to know from AMA members, 'Why did you join the AMA? What does motorcycling mean to you? What events, bikes or people represent your most memorable motorcycling moments?'" said Tsujikawa. "Remember that a picture tells a thousand words, so please include photographs whenever possible."

AMA members can e-mail their memories to

AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, the proceeds of which benefit the AMA's Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, has grown to become America's grandest celebration of motorcycling heritage, and features numerous activities inspired by all eras. In addition to activities tied to the AMA's 85th anniversary, the weekend will be loaded with highlights, including the world's largest motorcycle swap meet, demo rides of current production bikes, motorcycling seminars, bike shows, stunt shows, the new product Manufacturers' Midway, club corrals that feature both marque and regional clubs, and guided rides through the rolling Ohio countryside.

The weekend is also scheduled to feature a full slate of American Historic Motorcycle Racing Association competition, including road racing, motocross, observed trials, cross country and dirt track for both vintage and post-vintage motorcycles.

Tickets for AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days 2009 are available from Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course at or by phone at (800) MID-OHIO.

More announcements regarding the AMA's 85th anniversary celebration, including events during and leading up to AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, will be made soon.

Registration now open for Harley-Davidson’s 2nd annual Daytona Women’s Ride

December 18, 2008 by Editor  
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 Last year in Daytona, hundreds of women riders joined together on the Harley-Davidson Daytona Women’s Day Ride and raised $67,000 for MDA. Registration for the 2009 ride on Tuesday, March 3, is now open with a limited number of spots available for women riders.

Harley Davidson sets Daytona Womens Ride

Harley Davidson sets Daytona Women's Ride

The Women’s Day Ride, designed to celebrate women riders, as well as generate funds for the MDA, is open to the first 500 eligible female Harley-Davidson or Buell riders who register at before Friday, Feb. 13, 2009. Aside from riding together through the streets of Daytona, participating women riders are also encouraged to secure pledges and donations from their families and friends, which will be used to support the MDA’s Summer Camp programs across the country. For nearly 30 years, the Harley-Davidson family of dealers, employees, riders and suppliers has helped raise more than $65 million for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).

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Harley-Davidson Museum thanks our veterans

November 7, 2008 by Editor  
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Veterans, military personnel and their families get half-off admission Nov. 7-11

The Harley-Davidson Museum salutes our nation's veterans and military personnel by offering half-price admission to them and their families November 7-11, 2008.

Veterans, military personnel and their families can celebrate the people, products, culture and history of Harley-Davidson, a true American icon. Of special interest to veterans is the exhibit dedicated to Harley-Davidson and the military, a story that dates back to 1916.

General admission to the Museum is $16 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, $10 for children ages 5 to 17 years; and free for children under age 5 with an accompanying adult. Proof of military service is required to receive half off the cost.

For more information on the Harley-Davidson Museum and how to become a member, visit

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