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Business Observer Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016 4 years ago

Harley dealer heads west for seventh store

Scott Fischer Enterprises plans to acquire a Harley-Davidson motorcycle store in Southern California, bringing the total ownership to seven stores.

FORT MYERS — Scott Fischer Enterprises says it plans to add a Harley-Davidson location in Southern California, which will be the seventh store for the company nationwide.

The company did not disclose the exact location or size of the seventh store because the acquisition won't be completed until later this quarter, but the deal is for an existing store in the greater Los Angeles area.

In addition to Six Bends Harley-Davidson in Fort Myers and Naples Harley-Davidson, Scott Fischer Enterprises also owns Rocket Harley-Davidson in Huntsville, Ala., Blue Ridge Harley-Davidson, in Hickory, N.C., and two dealerships in Albuquerque, including Thunderbird Harley-Davidson and Duke City Harley-Davidson.

Sean Delaney, formerly president of Scott Fischer Enterprises, will become the partner and general manager of the Southern California location. In addition, the company announced two new general managers: Curtis McKinley is now the general manager of Six Bends Harley-Davidson and Jeff Lewis is the general manager at Rocket Harley-Davidson.

“We regularly perform customer and employee satisfaction surveys and really study the feedback,” says Scott Fischer, founder and CEO of Fort Myers-based Scott Fischer Enterprises, in a statement. “We're excited to reveal what we've done in response to not only that feedback, but also the market.”

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