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Grand Canyon Harley-Davidson New Owners

Matteson purchased the three dealerships in Alaska in 2012 and was the youngest, sole, female owner of a Harley-Davidson Dealership at 25.

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Dia Matteson, owner of House of Harley-Davidson, Denali Harley-Davidson and Kenai Peninsula Harley-Davidson purchased Grand Canyon Harley-Davidson, Grand Canyon Harley-Davidson Shop, Sedona Harley-Davidson and Whisky Row Harley-Davidson in northern Arizona.

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Matteson purchased the three dealerships in Alaska in 2012 and was the youngest, sole, female owner of a Harley-Davidson Dealership at 25. She found the opportunity to purchase the dealerships in Arizona and closed on the purchase on June 17, 2019.

“I am excited to bring a fresh set of eyes to the dealerships and focus on reinvigorating the community of riders in the area as well as proved an exciting place to visit for events and good old school motorcycle culture and community. I am confident these locations have a lot of potential and my team is the right ones to build a new brand here,” said Matteson, dealer principal of the dealerships in Alaska and Arizona.

The dealerships will be open for business under the new ownership beginning June 20, 2019.

“When we get our team trained and ready for the community we will host an amazing Grand Re-Opening, date to be determined,” Matteson said.

Link: Grand Canyon Harley-Davidson

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