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Harley-Davidson Open House Day in Kuwait invited community to 2015 line up preview
October 28, 2014, 3:39 pm

Harley-Davidson Middle East and North Africa (MENA)’s Open House Day in Kuwait concluded after an exciting array of events hosted by the local dealership for the Harley-Davidson community. The Open House Days also launched Harley-Davidson’s 2015 line up of motorcycles in Kuwait. The Open House day was held on 24 October, 2014, with approximately 300 riders and aficionados meeting up at Costa, Al Bidaa at 8:30 am before riding towards the Harley-Davidson Kuwait showroom.

“Every year, the Harley-Davidson community gathers at Open House Days to celebrate riding culture while getting a preview of the latest H-D motorcycles. This year is no different, with local Harley-Davidson dealerships across the Middle East putting together exciting Open House Days to bring together Harley-Davidson enthusiasts, friends and family,” said Elsa Abi Nader, Regional Marketing Manager at Harley-Davidson MENA. 

The Open House Day saw a grand unveiling of Harley-Davidson’s 2015 line of iconic motorcycles at the Harley-Davidson Kuwait dealership. Special deals on previous year models, riding bike games, a safety awareness talk and face painting for children added to the sense of occasion as family fun combined with the thrill of riding.

The 2015 range has Harley-Davidson hard on the throttle of innovation, combining world class aerodynamics and superb audio with advanced ergonomic comfort. Propelled by Project RUSHMORE’s customisations and the buzz of Project LiveWire’s combination of heritage and technology, the 2015 line up is carefully crafted for maximum enjoyment of the open road.

“We are delighted with the way the Harley-Davidson community participated in the Kuwait Open House Day. This year, we’ve combined a superb array of motorcycles with a schedule of exciting events that brought together riding enthusiasts, friends and family for a memorable day,” said Andrew Pride, Operations Manager of the Harley-Davidson Kuwait Dealership.

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