U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson was joined by Ghana’s Deputy Trade Minister, Carlos Ahenkorah to open the official Harley Davidson dealership in Ghana. The dealership is the first of its kind in West African and third to South Africa and Morocco.
In Ambassador Jackson’s words, “The presence of this iconic American brand, speaks to the opportunities that are prevailing themselves here in Ghana. ” He also said it shows that Ghana again is leading the way in opening up business opportunity across the region and continent at large.
Harley Davidson was founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1903. The company has survived numerous ownership arrangements, subsidiary, periods of poor economic health and product quality, as well as intense global competition, to become one of the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturers and an iconic brand widely known for its loyal following.
Moto Co Ltd are the owners of the H-D franchise in Ghana and their 780 square metre facility located in Roman Ridge, Accra, will offer a full range of new model bikes and test rides. To complete the Harley® experience, an authentic Harley-Davidson® store has been added for all your official clothing and accessories.
The dealership also offers an on-site servicing garage with fully trained mechanics and a complete inventory of spare parts and accessories that can be used to service and customize the bikes.
“From the time you sit on these bikes, you will feel the power,” Ambassador Robert P. Jackson assured.