World's largest Harley Davidson dealership opens in the valley

Harley Davidson, the name is synonymous with motorcycles, but now a new Harley dealership in the valley is about much more than just bikes. The place has everything. You can get a new tattoo, play arcade games, and you can even get married. And it's

- Harley Davidson, the name is synonymous with motorcycles, but now a new Harley dealership in the valley is about much more than just bikes. The place has everything. You can get a new tattoo, play arcade games, and you can even get married. And it's now the largest Harley dealership in the world.

"I know that there is going to be a tremendous success, and I'm excited for what the future holds for this dealership and our state," said Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.

Ducey, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and the owner of Harley Davison Scottsdale Bob Parsons officially cut the ribbon opening the dealership for business.

"People will come all over the world specifically because Arizona is such a great place to ride," said Bob Parsons.

The 150,000 square foot building makes the dealership the largest in the country. Parsons says they have the largest selection of bikes and rentals.

"Any kind of Harley you've ever wanted to see. We've got a rumble zone where you can actually start your bike up, and we have all the ventilation so you can pull it right out," said Parsons.

And while most people will be coming here for a Harley, that's not all they will get. The dealership has a 48 seat movie theater, tattoo and piercing parlor, and even a 95 seat wedding chapel.

"We're going to marry our first couple, I'm going to officiate, believe it or not," said Parsons.

Parsons says his dealership with it's unique vision is a win-win for bikers along with the State of Arizona.

"We're going to sell a lot more motorcycles, it will be a lot more in the way of tax collections, we have 100 employees here. That will be all of the money they make, and they spend," said Parsons.

The party continues through the weekend with events on Saturday, and the Doobie Brothers and Michael McDonald will perform starting at 8:30 p.m. with proceeds from the event going to Phoenix Children's Hospital.


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