Zero Announces Canadian Dealer NetworkTue, 30 Aug 2011
Zero Motorcycles announced its expansion into Canada with a network of nine dealerships. The announcement follows the launch of Zero’s U.S. dealer network in July.
“Just as we have recognized the strong consumer demand for the Zero experience in a retail environment in the U.S., we know there are many Canadian enthusiasts who have long been awaiting the opportunity to test ride our products first-hand,” says John Lloyd, Vice President of Global Sales, Zero Motorcycles. “We are absolutely thrilled to have such strong new partners in Canada and we look forward to helping them succeed.”
Along with its eight U.S. dealerships, Zero’s total network includes 17 dealerships. The electric motorcycle maker is looking to keep growing its network, with over 50 locations expected by the end of the year.
Zero’s initial nine-dealer Canadian network includes:Greater Vancouver Powersports (Surrey, British Columbia) All Season Motorsports (Calgary, Alberta) Mitchell Cycle (Mitchell, Ontario) Electric Motorcycles Windsor (Windsor, Ontario) Motorsport Newman (Pierrefonds, Québec) Equipements Les Chutes (Shawinigan, Québec) L’Ami Denis Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke, Québec) Duncan Motorsports (Duncan, British Columbia) Oakville Yamaha (Oakville, Ontario)
Zero Motorcycles Launches Dealer Network
By Dennis Chung
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