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Discussion in 'Victory General Discussion' started by tuscarawas1, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. tuscarawas1

    tuscarawas1 Member

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    Just came from the Cleveland motorcycle show at the IX center. Most of the big bike manufacturers were there, but Victory was not. I was disappointed that they didn't have a presence at a big show like this. I even overheard other people wonder where the Victory bikes were. Oh well..
     
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    You would think that Victory, wanting market share, would have been there to show off their product to potential buyers.
     
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    Just checked the web site for the show. It is the Progressive international Motorcycle show. For some reason, Ducati, BMW, Triumph and Victory are only listed as attending select shows.
     
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    Vic last year doubled the demo fleet and cut back on doing IMS shows. Considering they're sales increases are outpacing the rest of the industry, they just might be on to something...
     
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    As pointed out by iabob, Victory's doing something right considering they are having great sales numbers. Anyone can go to a show, some having to drive a long distance just to look. I think its much better advertisement and a great selling point to allow the people to ride what they are admiring. On top of all that, those big rigs are a GREAT moving billboard!
     

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