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Harley Davidson appointed Vikram Pawah as new Managing Director: xBhp News

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    Harley Davidson has announced the appointment of Vikram Pawah as new Managing DirectorClick image for larger version

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    Marc McAllister, vice president and managing director, Asia Pacific said:
    Recently Harley Davidson has also introduced their product pipeline for 2016

    News Source: Harley Davidson Press Release

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    Re: Harley Davidson appointed Vikram Pawah as new Managing Director: xBhp News

    News Approved.

    No doubt, an experienced person like Pawah can lead HD towards a safer future... Welcome the move. Although, I do appreciate the marketing of Harley Davidson so far, so they should continue on the same philosophy.

    They give single test rides, they treat customers well generally, they give striking adverts and also, their promotional offers like the hotel tie up, their absorption of duty hike few years back instead of passing them to customers, are all the factors why I love Harley Davidson marketing, even though I'm not into Cruisers....

    But definitely, a couple of years later, they will probably be the first option to come to my mind.
    Last edited by Samarth 619; 09-25-2015, 06:02 PM.
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