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Harley-Davidson to Donate Motorcycles to Fund National Law Enforcement Museum

March 08, 2007  | 

Harley-Davidson is donating three brand new motorcycles to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), the first of which is a 2007 Softail Deluxe model. The NLEOMF will receive and auction off one new motorcycle each year in 2007, 2008, and 2009 to raise money that will directly support its campaign to build the National Law Enforcement Museum.

“Harley-Davidson is extremely proud of the close affinity we’ve had with thousands of patrol officers over the course of nearly a century,” says Steve St. Thomas, Harley-Davidson Director of Police and Fleet Sales. “We are delighted to support the Memorial Fund’s outstanding work honoring the men and women who serve our society as law enforcement officers.”

Harley-Davidson Motor Company delivered its first motorcycle for law enforcement use to the Detroit Police Department in 1908, and has been working closely with law enforcement groups around the country ever since.

“NLEOMF looks forward to continuing and growing our relationship with Harley-Davidson,” says Craig Floyd, Chairman and CEO of NLEOMF. “NLEOMF and Harley-Davidson are committed to the same important goal – honoring and helping those who protect and serve.”

For more information visit www.Harley-Davidson.com or www.nleomf.org.

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