Not many real Harley shops left. I will only buy my Harley's from Sandys... Yuppie Free Zone!!!
I live near a Harley shop and will still travel the extra 45 minutes to get to Sandy's. This family owned and operated dealership knows how to treat their customers! The staff is so helpful and responsive. Great selection of merchandise.
Six star rated shop. Can only give five. Check it out their the best! 💀✌
WAs there while nice place
Family owned and operated. Stop as a customer leave as family.
This business is closed and has been for several years.
Out of business. Phone number belongs to some poor sap who can't remove it and is forced to answer calls for this place all day.
Horrible staff. Front desk takes 5-10 mins to serve you everytime. When they do, they clearly don't want to be working and don't extend any sort of hospitality towards you at all. They give you incorrect and incomplete info and look at you like you're an idiot for asking a question.
It was decent and inexpensive room rates. You have to go to the Paris for coffee. It was just ok.
too common to remember
Harley Davidson Motorcycles are an American Icon. They are a work of art and a pleasure to ride and to look at. The Harley Davidson Brand has been Years in the making and is akin to the red white and blue of the American flag to those that own and ride a Harley.
What do you do when your world-famous brand is so smashed by the recession that your stock price falls from $75 to $8? What do you do when your manufacturing plant has a culture that leads to high rates of absenteeism on Mondays and Fridays? What do you do when your product takes 18 months to get into the hands of the customers who want it?
Generally, you go out of business.
Unless, that is, your workforce is unionized and they become aware of the problems you face and they decide to be part of the solution. That's the story of Harley-Davidson, as told by Adam Davidson of the New York Times. Members of the Machinists (IAM) and United Steelworkers (USW) who work for the motorcycle manufacturer are paid living wages compared to manufacturing workers in many parts of the world, but officials at the company never considered moving their factories out of the United States. Their image and customer base are blue-collar Americans who want their hogs made in America by highly skilled labor.
Skilled union workers were able to do a job that was too complicated for machines to do and produce a product that revived the iconic brand. While Davidson was at the York plant, he saw a worker fix an assembly problem that literally saved the company more than a million dollars. That kind of worker innovation and cooperation, teamed with a company that is committed to doing things the right way has paid off. Harley-Davidson has gained back almost all of the stock value it lost and bikes get to customers in just a few weeks now. Costs have been cut by $100 million at the York factory, which recently won an Industry Week Best Plants award, the industry equivalent of a Grammy. The average worker at the York location has been there 18 years and they are extremely devoted to Harley.
No question that this is a model that other companies should be paying attention to, particularly if they want to be able to weather tough economic times.
These were the words of author Kenneth Quinnell as written for the AFL-CIO website. Now let’s look at Las Vegas where the newest Harley Davidson Dealership is being constructed largely by Non-Union contractors who are hired by Martin Harris Construction right at ground zero of the largest economic recession our country has ever seen. Do the owners of the new Harley Davidson dealership on Las Vegas Boulevard feel any connection to the Union Men and Women who helped build the brand? Not from the looks of it!
We at the Southern Nevada Building Trades Council Challenge owners Tim Cashman and Don Andress to re-consider their business model on this project and use Union Workers to build that dealership. This is your chance to build a partnership and community vitality with those dollars, not just a building.
Great BBQ Good service. Fun Place
Store is awesome and the people are really friendly. Its in the masquerade village
This is not a dealership. The 2014 HD GPS shows this as a dealership. It's a factory. So I asked the lady at front desk about tours and what they make and she said "parts for motorcycles, we don't do tours anymore". No sh$t. My guess is they get a lot of riders's stopping in, so that's why she was rude.
The customer service was really bad
The tour is amazing. Tour guides are great. Excellent gift shop. Good restrooms. Highly Recommended if you like motorcycles or just seeing a good old fashioned American factory assembly line with robots, lasers cutting metal, and presses at work. Really cool!
This facility is amazing. Thus is a must do tour. The systems in place are very well thought out over many years. Must see tour.
Any modern manufacturing plant is a really interesting tour. If you are into motorcycles, this one is extra interesting. Very well produced tour through the plant. I am not a Harley rider, so I wasn't as enthralled as those who have drank the kool-aid. It was almost more fun watching the glassy eyed riders who acted as if they were at mecca. No offense to you but it is just another brand of motorcycle, not the 2nd coming. I do realize that that sense of pride is what Harley is really selling and I admire their success at the marketing. I did really enjoy the ride here and did enjoy the tour and seeing the plethora of nice bikes in the parking lot. There is bike parking right by the entrance, which a lot of people miss. I parked in the prime spot, about 10 feet from the door to the tours. I would recommend the tour, just keep it in perspective.
Took the steel toe tour on Monday, 8/31/2015.
what a great experience. the attention to quality was number 1 throught the entire plant. if you want to see what makes a Harley a Harley, you must take the tour.
Great people, great care taken to insure that the bikes they build are No I in quality and craftmanship.
i was very impressed. You can't go wrong on this.
A must do on any bucket list.
Very interesting & informative. A must see for any Harley enthusiast if you're in the area. As soon as I pulled up I was just in time for the next tour. No waiting! 😃
This Harley Davidson is a clothing and apparel shop within National Harbor. There is two hour max parking along the street at $3 per hour. Relaxing atmosphere with air conditioning.
My husband purchased a 2016 Touring in January - Mike Fields was our Salesman and Stephanie the manager - they made our experience effortless. Just so happen we took the Harley to Phantom in Manteno to attend their Demo Days and Blessing of the Bikes on Saturday, May 21st. Before we got there, we noticed that the bike was bottoming out on bumps. Since we were going there anyway, we were going to have the bike checked and low and behold the shock went out and they needed to keep the bike until the parts came in. Well we live in Plainfield and did not have a way to get home. Talk about going beyond the call of duty, Mike Fields gave us a ride home. This dealership really makes you feel like you are part of the family. Thank you Mike for stepping up!!!
Great Hatley Shop, Family Owned
This is a retail clothing location, NOT a dealership or parts store!
That being said, the people there are very friendly and good looking.
Arriver en plein après-midi, la moto sur une plateforme de remorqueur, le démarreur avait rendu l'âme à Sainte-Anne-des-Monts en plein voyage de retour de randonnée. Le service fût impeccable, en plein ''rush'' et avec des rénovations en cours, ils ont réparer le monstre et m'ont rendus la bête avant la fermeture du magasin.... Chapeau à l'équipe du service et de la mécanique. Merci!!
Personnel compétent et souriant
J'ai très hâte aller voir le concessionnaire harley davidson c'est été,2015.
Service hors pair , professionnel et vraiment beaucoup de choix en boutique un gros merci et bravo !