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If you're a farrier who owns a Harley-Davidson, you know by now that the 100th anniversary of the world’s most famous motorcycle company is coming up in late August. And, you also know that the parties, parades and festivities are taking place in Milwaukee, Wis., which is the area that’s also the home to the offices of American Farriers Journal.
With an opportunity to meet this special brand of farrier, American Farriers Journal is inviting Harley-riding horseshoers and suppliers to stop by the magazine offices in Brookfield, Wis., on Wednesday Aug. 27 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., the day before the events kick off.
The official start of the Harley 100th anniversary party is Thursday, Aug. 28 at Milwaukee’s lakefront with events running through Sunday, Aug. 31.
To get an all-access pass to the events, Harley riders need to buy a ticket beforehand for $50 (plus $5 for tax and ticketing and handling fee). For more information on this process and all Harley activities, visit the company’s Web site at www.harley-davison.com
A portion of the money from the tickets and events is going toward raising funds for muscular dystrophy research and to provide support program services for adults and children with neuromuscular disease.
Your ticket gets you into all of the Harley exhibits and demonstrations. You’ll also have the opportunity to be among the first people to see the 2004 Harley and Buell motorcycles, displayed within the festival grounds. The recently renovated…