Hmmm...the year before the production company that puts on Carlisle took over the event at the fairgrounds and had a big crowd (a few minor problems but overall a good event)...last year the vendors/entertainment seemed a little on the short side but it was still ok and the crowds were pretty big still. Gotta wonder what the factory will offer and will they dominate the vendor/entertainment side of things...I don't wanna visit the biggest MoCo show on earth resplendent with test rides and over priced chrome and motor clothes!!! Prolly won't allow tat artists, bikini girls either (could be I'm completely wrong though):whatever:xkvator said:
Maybe we'll run into Mori again...ya need to do the tour...Linda and I did it the year before...sadly like I stated before I agree that this seems a little suspicious of the MoCo but I'll withhold judgement...I just have a hard time believing they ain't got an angle...HD-LUX said:I didn't make the factory tour last year, there was plenty to see at the fair grounds. I am looking forward to seeing the factory this year. And taking the tour. I'll be there!
This was the same outfit that does Carlisle and they ain't no amatures...the first year they ran the show there a few bugs as could be expected but the crowds were huge...machinist said:
That's funny. I'm gonna tell her that one.swmnkdinthervr said:This was the same outfit that does Carlisle and they ain't no amatures...the first year they ran the show there a few bugs as could be expected but the crowds were huge...
Yeah, we may as well make this an annual event considering it's in our backyard and the fact that we went last year...oh yeah, Doug...tell Lori we can lend her some mittens this year too!!! :265:
Just like I thought...totally HD...they'll be missing my business...there are other eventsstyd24 said:Well!
Here is a snipet from the HD press release regarding the York Open House.
"Our customers told us that they wanted a lower cost and more convenient event – one that didn't involve admission fees," said Mike Laugerman of Laugerman's Harley-Davidson in York. "We're implementing this change to help meet those needs. The event will represent a true homecoming for Harley-Davidson enthusiasts."