Polaris Industries topped the $1 billion mark in sales for the first time in company history during the third quarter. Total sales revenue totaled $1.1 billion in the quarter, up 25.3% from $879.9 million reported in the same quarter last year. “Our record third quarter results reflect both the ongoing demand for our existing products […]
Autographed Indian Chieftain Tank to be Auctioned in January
Are you a fan of Indian Motorcycles? Think the Chieftain is a great motorcycle? Have you ever wanted to own a one-of-a-kind piece of motorcycle memorabilia? Well, 2014 may be your year.
Indian Motorcycles has teamed up with Twin Cities YMCA Youth Intervention Services to spend the month of January auctioning off an Indian Chieftain fuel tank that was “signed by all Research, Development and Design Engineers and Technicians at Polaris Industries involved in creating the 2014 Chieftain as well as CEO, Scott Wine.” The collectable tank is mounted in a protective plexiglass case suitable for display in your personal motorcycle museum. Or your living room, if you prefer.
Twin Cities YMCA Youth Intervention Services plans to use all proceeds from this auction “to help engage at-risk youth in pro-social activities [by] introducing them to power sports.” We all know that motorcycles are a force of good in the world. Help the Twin Cities YMCA lead the next generation of riders into the sport.
If that doesn’t sway you, think about how cool the display from the first bagger in Indian history would look in your man cave!
Sign up for the auction before it ends on January 31, 2014.