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Powersports Listings M&A Manages Indian Motorcycle Orlando Sale for EagleRider Group

The EagleRider Motorcycle Rentals and Tours group upon a strategic focus to dramatically grow its nationwide presence on-site in Harley-Davidson dealerships, made a decision to sell its Indian Motorcycle Orlando operation.  The EagleRider team contacted Jerry Szopinski, President of Sales & Networking, with Powersports Listings M&A to lead the campaign.
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE ORLANDO
Powersports Listings M&A as the leading Powersports Dealership broker, successfully facilitated the sale a few months later.  "A job well done," stated Richard Wolff, EagleRider's Chief Operating and Financial Officer.

EagleRider pioneered the motorcycle rental and tour business in 1992. Since then, the brand has become synonymous with motorcycle adventure worldwide.

New ownership, iMotorsports, took over operations on December 1, 2017.

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