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Main Street Minute: Harley Davidson

In business, it's all about the customer. That's why some are expanding to hold more merchandise or staying open for longer hours.

"We just want to service the community better," said Harley Davidson General Manager Bill Upham.

That's exactly what Upham is trying to do for Minot. "We're all enthusiasts here at the store. The owner is. And we just want to give them the best experience you can have in a Harley dealership."

In order to keep their customers happy, Harley Davidson made some changes. They recently remodeled their floor plan to bring in more parts, accessories, and more motorcycles. They also added pick up and delivery of the motorcycles from the service department. And, they are doing this all for the customers.

"It's fun to see somebody and gets excited like the way we do and they can ride off and have a good weekend."

In addition to all these changes that Harley Davidson has brought into Minot, starting this summer, you can start renting bikes.

"You can take a motorcycle that you may want to purchase and take it on an extended test ride," said Upham.

With all of these renovations underway, they are hoping to start rentals May 1.

Harley Davidson also introduced new hours. They are now open Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. On Saturdays, they will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5:00 p.m.

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