LIMITED EDITION HARLEY DAVIDSON
My mother just won a 2008 Harley Davidson limited edition Ford F-350 diesel truck. Its worth 56 thousand dollars.I’ve looked and even started an account on E-bay motors and they ask for too much they want all the transactions to take place over the internet. All I need is people to contact me either by E-mail or phone. Please help me do the initial advertising.
Answer by rotus
craigslist is free
Answer by BFH
I think you just did.
Ps. Oh my god, craigslist is free? Thanks!
Answer by Donnie H
you should try auto trader truck , if help is needed they do .
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Lerner and Rowe, P.C., is sponsoring the Arizona Humane Societys 5th Annual Puttin for Pooches motorcycle ride on Friday, April 12, through their non-profit charitable foundation, Lerner & Rowe Gives Back. Ride festivities start at the Chandler Harley Davidson at 6895 W. Chandler Blvd. at 8:30 a.m. with a complimentary breakfast. Riders will stop at the AHS 20 acre Campus for Compassion for lunch and a tour of the facility and will end their day at Arizona Bike Weeks Cyclefest at West World. Registration is $ 40 for riders and $ 20 for passengers and includes one admission to Cyclefest, raffle tickets for a prize drawing, a limited edition Puttin for Pooches
t-shirt and patch. Proceeds raised from rider registrations will benefit the shelter and all of their lifesaving programs.
The attorneys at the law offices of Lerner and Rowe, P.C., are very active in the community supporting organizations and programs that help those in need, including those that assist our four-legged friends, said Kevin Rowe, Esq., founder of the Lerner and Rowe Gives Back foundation. Lerner & Rowe Give Back is pleased to support the efforts of the Arizona Humane Society in assisting 44,000 animals each year.
More information about the AHSs Puttin for Pooches motorcycle ride may be found at http://www.azhumane.org or by calling Page Englert at (602) 943-7655.
More about the Arizona Human Society
For 56 years, the Arizona Humane Society (AHS) has fostered the belief that every pet deserves a good life. More than an adoption center, AHS cares for more than 44,000 animals annually, responding to nearly 27,000 calls for help through the EAMT program and treating more than 11,000 homeless pets in our Second Chance Animal Hospital. AHS also houses a public clinic at each of our shelters, in addition to a mobile clinic, providing low-cost spay/neuter, wellness and reduced-cost veterinary services to all pet owners, regardless of income. Follow AHS on twitter, become a fan on Facebook, sign-up for the AHS eTails email newsletter, or watch adoptable pet videos on YouTube by visiting azhumane.org.
More about Lerner and Rowe Gives Back
Lerner and Rowe Gives Back is a nonprofit organization founded by Kevin Rowe, managing partner of Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorney, P.C., and Lerner and Rowe Law Group. The organization believes in paying forward the law firm’s achievements and successes by assisting other community organizations that serve children and families struggling from economic occurrences. Organizations they work with advocate for the improvement of children facing poverty, illness, disease and other areas of need. In addition to children in need, they support groups that touch the lives of the hungry, homeless, sick and abused, and even our four-legged friends. For more details about their nonprofit organization visit LernerandRoweGivesBack.com.
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I have a harley davidson, limited edition whiskey flask from 1998. I have been trying to find a history of this item on the net but all it is giving me is places to shop for different stuff. I’m tired of clicking on things that are trying to sell me stuff. I want to see a list of history collectors edition items that were made. Not a Place to shop. How can I do this? I have very litlle computor experiance. Thank you.
Answer by f100_supersabre
You might try searching for collector sites, then looking for one that has similar items, and contact them for information
Since it is Harley Davidson (licensed), maybe the company could give you some information on their web site or by e-mail.