Dealernews, the premier business information resource for North American powersports retailers, announces the winners of the 19th Annual Top 100 Awards, the industry’s largest, longest running and most prestigious retail competition.
The Dealernews Top 100 Awards is a juried competition that recognizes dealerships for their achievements in retail design and merchandising, marketing, e-commerce, marketing, customer service, community involvement and general business management.
The 2010 Top 100 Awards competition is sponsored by CycleTrader.com (www.cycletrader.com), RK Excel America (www.rkexcelamerica.com) and Zurich America (www.zurichusa.com).
More than 35 states from coast to coast, plus two Canadian provinces, are represented in this year’s Top 100. States with the highest number of winning dealerships are Texas (8), Missouri (7) and Virginia (6). A full list of the 2010 Top 100 Dealers follows.
The Top 100 Dealers will be honored Feb. 12 during an invitation-only awards reception in Indianapolis, where the 2010 Dealer of the Year and Merit Award winners will be revealed. The Top 100 Dealers will be showcased in a three-day gallery exhibit during the 42nd Annual Dealernews International Powersports Dealer Expo, held Feb. 12-15 at the Indiana Convention Center and the Marriott and Westin Hotels in downtown Indianapolis.
This year’s winners also will be commemorated in the 2010 Top 100 Yearbook, to be published in March by Dealernews. In addition, an online gallery will be available starting in March at www.dealernews.com.
Here are the winners of the 2010 Dealernews Top 100 Dealer Competition, listed geographically.
ALABAMA – Dothan Powersports (Dothan)
ARKANSAS – Heartland Honda (Springdale), Pig Trail Harley-Davidson (Rogers)
CALIFORNIA – Chapparal Motorsports (San Bernadino), Del Amo Motorsports (Redondo Beach), Doug Douglas Motorcycles (San Bernadino), Official Acerbis Store by Baja Cycles (San Diego), South Bay Motorsports (Chula Vista)
COLORADO – Grand Prix Motorsports (Littleton), Outpost Harley-Davidson (Pueblo)
FLORIDA – Broward Motorsports (Davie), Fun Bike Center Motorsports (Lakeland), Harley-Davidson of St. Augustine (St. Augustine), Riva Motorsports (Pompano Beach)
GEORGIA – Blue Moon Cycle (Norcross)
IDAHO – Rexburg Motorsports (Rexburg)
ILLINOIS – Conrad’s Harley-Davidson (Shorewood), Frieze Harley-Davidson Sales Inc. (O’Fallon), Gieson Motorsports (Rock Falls), Hammer Time Sports (Belvidere), World of Powersports (Decatur)
INDIANA – Hayden Honda PowerHouse (Kendallville), Hoosier Harley-Davidson (Elkhart)
IOWA – McGrath Powersports (Cedar Rapids), Struthers Bros. (Des Moines)
KANSAS – City Cycle Sales (Kansas City)
KENTUCKY – Andy’s Cycle Sales of Hazard (Bonnyman), Mike’s Cycle World II (Bowling Green), Wildcat Harley-Davidson (London)
LOUISIANA – Mike Bruno’s Bayou Country Harley-Davidson (Houma), Cajun Harley-Davidson (Scott), Cycle World (Houma), Renegade Harley-Davidson (Alexandria)
MICHIGAN – Hot Rod Harley-Davidson (Muskegon)
MINNESOTA – Donahue Harley-Davidson (Sauk Rapids)
MISSOURI – Advantage Powersports (Kansas City), Cruisin’ 66 (Springfield), Freedom Cycles (Grandview), J&W Cycles (Washington), Neosho Powersports (Neosho), Powersports of Joplin (Joplin), Surdyke Harley-Davidson (Festus)
MONTANA – Beartooth Harley-Davidson/Hi Mountain Recreation (Billings), Penco Power Products (Kalispell)
NEBRASKA – Ducati Omaha (Omaha), Kearney Yamaha (Kearney), Star City Motor Sports (Lincoln)
NEW HAMPSHIRE – Great Bay Motorcycles (North Hampton), Seacoast Harley-Davidson (North Hampton)
NEW JERSEY – Deptford Honda Yamaha (Deptford), Xtreme Machines (Millstone Township)
NEW MEXICO – Champion Motorsports (Roswell), Santa Fe Motor Sports (Santa Fe)
NEW YORK – Bob Weaver Motorsports & Marine (North Tonawanda)
NORTH CAROLINA – Indian Motorcycle of Charlotte (Lowell), Outer Banks Harley-Davidson (Harbinger)
OHIO – A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson (Sunbury); Competition Accessories (Springfield), Rick Roush Motorsports (Medina), Signature Harley-Davidson (Perrysburg)
OKLAHOMA – Iron Lightning Inc. (Tulsa), Myers Duren Harley-Davidson (Tulsa)
OREGON – Bend Euro Moto (Bend), Moto Corsa (Portland)
PENNSYLVANIA – Crossroad Powersports (Upper Darby), Off-Road Express (Erie), Steve Seltzer Honda (Altoona)
SOUTH CAROLINA – Performance PowerSports (Seneca)
SOUTH DAKOTA – J&L Harley-Davidson (Sioux Falls), Outdoor MotorSports (Spearfish)
TENNESSEE – Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson (Maryville)
TEXAS – Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda (Dallas), Central Texas Powersports (Georgetown), Family PowerSports (Odessa), Family PowerSports (San Angelo), Golden Triangle Powersports (Beaumont), Killeen Power Sports (Killeen), Maxim MotorSport (Allen), Rick Fairless Strokers Dallas (Dallas)
VERMONT – Cyclewise Inc./Ducati Vermont (New Haven), Green Mountain Harley-Davidson (Essex Junction), Wilkins Harley-Davidson (Barre)
VIRGINIA – Bayside Harley-Davidson (Portsmouth), Black Wolf Harley-Davidson (Bristol), Hampton Roads Harley-Davidson (Yorktown), Harley-Davidson Shop of Wytheville (Wytheville), Southside Harley-Davidson (Virginia Beach), Waugh Enterprises (Orange)
WASHINGTON – Downtown Harley-Davidson Renton (Renton), Renton Motorcycles (Renton), Skagit Powersports (Burlington), South Sound Motorcycles (Fife)
WEST VIRGINIA – Charlie’s Harley-Davidson (Huntington), Cole Harley-Davidson (Bluefield)
WISCONSIN – House of Harley-Davidson (Milwaukee); Road Track & Trail (Big Bend), Vandervest Harley-Davidson (Peshtigo)
WYOMING – Maverick Motorsports of Laramie (Laramie)
CANADA – Gear Head (Ottawa, ON), Harley-Davidson Montreal/Moto Internationale (Montreal, QC)
For more information on the Top 100 Competition or to receive details on how retailers can enter the 2011 competition, visit www.dealernews.com. (The Dealernews and Top 100 logos are trademarks of Advanstar Communications Inc. All rights reserved.)
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