All American Harley-Davidson Partners with Maryland International Raceway

Mechanicsville, Maryland (April 28, 2016) – Fans who frequent Maryland International Raceway™ (MDIR) will soon see a major All American Harley-Davidson presence at the famed facility as the two have partnered beginning with the current 2016 season.

All American Harley-Davison, located at 8126 Hughesville Road in Hughesville, Maryland has become the official sponsor of the track’s winner-circle, prep shed, bike rider pit parking location as well as the track’s motorcycle highway safety entrance and exit signs. Fans will also have the opportunity to visit All American’s beautifully new wrapped vendor trailer at several larger events during the 2016 season, as well as being able to take advantage of exclusive ticket coupons offers by visiting the Hughesville showroom this season. More discount ticket coupon information details will be announced soon.

“All American Harley-Davidson is the premier Harley-Davidson dealer proudly serving the Southern Maryland community. We have the largest selection of new and used motorcycles in the DC Metro area and are pleased to announce our partnership with Maryland International Raceway,” said Steve Keene, General Manager at All American Harley-Davidson. “We believe that there is no better combination than racing and Harley-Davidson. We can’t wait to bring the excitement of Harley-Davidson to this Southern Maryland legend. You won’t be able to miss our brand new, customized vendor trailer at the track. Please stop by and see us the next time you are at MDIR,” Keene added.

“We want to thank Steve “Smurf” Keene, Geoff Wanamaker, Deni Bayer and all the fine folks at All American Harley-Davidson for their belief in the quality product and entertainment value offered here at MDIR,” said Rick Lindner, Director of Marketing and Public Relations at Maryland International Raceway. “We truly value a quality company like All American Harley-Davison wanting to become a key partner in our efforts to provide the region with first class entertainment,” Lindner continued.