Harley dealership’s event to draw customers new and old
October 11, 2012
Filed under News
It’s deemed a “Big Ol’ Bash,” and its goal is to draw new and returning customers to Laidlaw’s Harley-Davidson in Baldwin Park, Calif., on Saturday.
“We host several events every year for various charities, interests and groups,” business manager Joe de la Rosa said. “We decided we wanted to create an event just for us, so we organized the Big Ol’ Bash.”
Whether it’s to help sponsor the annual Century Rolling Thunder Memorial Ride, which remembers deputies assigned to the Century Station near Los Angeles, or sponsoring the annual Ride for Autism, Laidlaw’s Harley-Davidson regularly works with various groups to make their community a better place.
“The ‘Big Ol’ Bash’ will continue that tradition by reaching out to customers just to say thanks,” Del La Rosa said.
The “Big Ol’ Bash” was organized to show Laidlaw’s customers their appreciation and will include an afternoon of entertainment, music, food and fun. The event will feature the music of three bands throughout the day.
Also scheduled are a car and bike show, a bikini bike wash, a burnout contest and a motorcycle loud stereo contest.