PACIFIC JUNCTION, Iowa. (KMTV) — After being evacuated from their building because of March floods, the Loess Hills Harley Davidson store in Pacific Junction reopened Friday night.
The building has a fresh, new interior that needed to be replaced due to flood waters. The store's reopening inspired a celebration that went on until Midnight.
The store's General Manager Dan Roland says the process was much easier thanks to the community's support.
"It's pretty overwhelming actually," said Roland. "We got a lot of people here that rely on us and rely on the consumer base. The support we got from the customers... you can't explain it. This Harley culture is unlike anything out there."
The showroom floor has 50 to 60 new bikes and 100 used bikes outside.
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