Shenandoah Harley-Davidson to Ride Out of Town

By: Donald Robinson
By: Donald Robinson

A familiar face is finding a new home in Augusta County.

Shenandoah Harley-Davidson is moving from its current location in Waynesboro to a soon to be built 35,000 square foot facility off of Interstate 81, near Staunton.

The 30 acres of land off of exit 220 is owned by Bob Ladd. He says nine acres will be used for his store and the other 21 will be sold to other businesses.

Ladd says he has to move to keep up with the demand.

"Harley-Davidson production has double in the last four years," said Ladd. "To enable myself to keep up with the production increase, I have to have more space."

Ladd says his new facility will open in early 2004 and will employ more people.


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