Longhorn Harley-Davidson: #1 Service Department In The World, 3 Years Running
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SOURCE Longhorn Harley Davidson
ARLINGTON, Texas, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Longhorn Harley-Davidson of Grand Prairie Texas has been awarded the prestigious title of having the #1 Service Department in the World by Harley-Davidson Motor Company. 2012 marks the third year in a row for this award for Longhorn Harley-Davidson.
When asked how this is possible, Maritia Keeling, the dealer principal said, "Experience counts, at least that's what we think at Longhorn Harley-Davidson. Our service technicians have over 128 YEARS of experience combined between them. We understand that your motorcycle is your life and that you want the best, most experienced tech to handle your motorcycle. That is why we went out and found the best and the brightest technicians available throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and brought them to Longhorn Harley-Davidson in Grand Prairie. We invite you to stop by anytime and find out why we have been awarded the Harley-Davidson 2012 Gold Bar & Shield Award and named one of the Top 10 Destinations by Ride Texas Magazine."
Come help us celebrate on April 20th at Noon as we vote in this year's Miss Longhorn. Longhorn Harley-Davidson is located in a 50,000 sq. ft. building at 2830 West I-20, Grand Prairie, TX. 75052. They are a family owned business with one of the largest selection of new and previously enjoyed motorcycles in DFW.
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