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DEI Powersports Teams Up With Garage-Girls for 2017 Ultimate Biker Makeover

Design Engineering joins a growing chorus of sponsors to support the Garage-Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover. The Garage-Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover contest, now entering its ninth year, offers the opportunity for one well-deserving winner to get “Hooked-up” with products and services from major supporting sponsors.

2016 makeover winner, Leah M., posing with her new swag
2016 makeover winner, Leah M., posing with her new swag

Design Engineering joins a growing chorus of sponsors to support the Garage-Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover. The Garage-Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover contest, now entering its ninth year, offers the opportunity for one well-deserving winner to get “Hooked-up” with products and services from major supporting sponsors. Contestants are encouraged to submit an essay of 600 words or less describing why they are most deserving in need of a biker makeover along with a photo of the entrant with their motorcycle. Four finalists are selected and one grand winner.

 “Bringing on DEI as a sponsor is a great fit for our program. They have some cool items that any biker makeover should not be without, says contest organizer, Sara Librte.  “We all know of riders with worn tires, brakes and busted parts and thought, this isn’t safe. The purpose of the Garage Girls Ultimate Biker Makeover is to hook-up one deserving rider with the gear they need for their body and their machine,” she added.

“We are excited to be partnering with Garage-Girls for the Ultimate Biker Makeover. The makeover contest is a fun way to connect to our female customers and learn about the specific heat challenges they experience,” said DEI Powersports Manager Brian VanKoevering.

For more about the Ultimate Biker Makeover, click here. For more about DEI products click here.

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