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Spring Harley rally set for New Bern

The Carolina Harley-Davidson Dealers Association will have its 69th Annual Spring Rally in New Bern May 15 and 16. The rally site is the New Bern Fairgrounds.
“We feel it is in the best interest of the Carolina Harley-Davidson Dealers Association and our customers to leave the Myrtle Beach rally venue,” said Mark Cox, president of the Carolina Harley-Davidson Dealers Association said.
“This new venue will allow us to get back to basics and offer our existing and new customers a rally experience they will appreciate without restrictions and with the ability to enjoy the freedom of riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.”
T.A. Bayliss III, mayor of New Bern, said, “We are pleased and honored that you have chosen to hold your rally in our city, and we pledge our total cooperation in making your rally a most pleasurable and memorable occasion for all in attendance.”
Historic New Bern, located at the confluence of two rivers, is the second-oldest town in North Carolina. One of its many features is the downtown waterfront district. New Bern is a 30-minute motorcycle ride to the beaches.
For more information, go to the Carolina Harley-Davidson Dealers Association Web site at: www.chdda.com.

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