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Harley Buy Back Program


The $75 USD / $100 CAD voucher cannot be used towards the down payment on a motorcycle, must be used by March 31, 2022, can be applied to current customer orders that are on backorder but is not available on previous purchases, future motorcycle orders, or deposits outside of the Sales Period. Limit one $75 USD / $100 CAD voucher per 2021 Pan America and Pan America Special motorcycle at authorized Harley-Davidson dealerships. Harley-Davidson and/or dealer are not responsible for lost or stolen offer codes. Offer is subject to change at any time without notice. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Cannot be redeemed for cash or cash equivalent and is non-refundable.




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We know that the best way to grow our used motorcycle business is to have customers that fully enjoy all aspects of their riding experience and who will gladly and enthusiastically share their experience with others and, without hesitation, would encourage others to purchase a used motorcycle from us. Read through the information below about our motorcycle buy back program. We want every customer who shops at our Harley-Davidson dealership in Houston, TX, to be satisfied with their motorcycle purchase. So please visit us in Texas or call (713) 880-5666 today with any questions about our Harley motorcycles for sale or any of our services geared toward you, the customer!


The Direct Registration System is a program that allows share ownership without paper stock certificates. Your shares are held in book-entry form in an account in your name - similar to money being held by a bank in your account. Computershare, the Company's transfer agent, keeps a record of your shares on the Company's register of owners. When you transfer or sell DRS shares, the transaction takes place electronically without the movement of stock certificates.


House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., in September used a Harley-Davidson plant in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, as a backdrop for touting the GOP tax measure signed by President Donald Trump late last year, Vox relayed. And Mr. Trump met with Harley-Davidson executives and union representatives at the White House in February, saying the company's business would only get better.


(Washington, DC) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) reached a settlement with Harley-Davidson, Inc., Harley-Davidson Motor Company Group, LLC, Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company, Inc., and Harley-Davidson Motor Company Operations, Inc. (collectively Harley-Davidson), that requires the companies to stop selling and to buy back and destroy illegal tuning devices that increase air pollution from their motorcycles, and to sell only tuning devices that are certified to meet Clean Air Act emissions standards. Harley-Davidson will also pay a $12 million civil penalty.


The Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced a settlement with Harley-Davidson Inc., Harley-Davidson Motor Company Group LLC, Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company Inc. and Harley-Davidson Motor Company Operations Inc. (collectively Harley-Davidson), that requires the companies to stop selling and to buy back and destroy illegal devices that increase air pollution from their motorcycles and to sell only models of these devices that are certified to meet Clean Air Act emissions standards. Harley-Davidson will also pay a $12 million civil penalty and spend $3 million to mitigate air pollution through a project to replace conventional woodstoves with cleaner-burning stoves in local communities.


Along the way, Harley-Davidson has dramatically reduced its quarterly dividend from 38 cents a share in the first quarter of 2020 to the current 15.8 cents. But HOG has also reduced the share count via stock buybacks, from 202.7 million shares in 2015 to the current 152.8 million, a nearly 25% reduction. During the first quarter of 2022, HOG resumed its share repurchase program and bought back another 6.2 million shares. I am typically a fan of share buybacks when done correctly, especially when the company is also raising the dividend. However, I wonder what HOG's average cost has been for all the shares it has repurchased over the years...


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It's a scary term if it ends up being true, as it essentially means there will be no returns on stocks over the next 10 years. There may be some ups and downs during that time frame, but in the end, nothing gained. As much of a pessimist as I can be, I usually take those prognostications with a grain of salt. However, there is one iconic name that has lived through a lost decade, and that may be putting it mildly. Harley-Davidson Inc. (HOG) shares are down 23% over the past 10 years, 29% over the last five years, and 15% over the past year. They have popped a bit recently, including Tuesday's 4.5% uptick, and are down 8.5% year to date. Still very profitable, including a 12.2% net margin in 2021, the motorcycle maker has seen declining and stagnating revenue in recent years. In 2015 Harley-Davidson generated $6 billion in revenue, but it has been downhill since then, including 2021's $5.4 billion. Aside from 2020's pandemic-induced break-even year ($1.3 million in net income on $4 billion in revenue), the company has generated solid profits. However, solid margins with no revenue growth do not excite investors. Along the way, Harley-Davidson has dramatically reduced its quarterly dividend from 38 cents a share in the first quarter of 2020 to the current 15.8 cents. But HOG has also reduced the share count via stock buybacks, from 202.7 million shares in 2015 to the current 152.8 million, a nearly 25% reduction. During the first quarter of 2022, HOG resumed its share repurchase program and bought back another 6.2 million shares. I am typically a fan of share buybacks when done correctly, especially when the company is also raising the dividend. However, I wonder what HOG's average cost has been for all the shares it has repurchased over the years... Harley-Davidson ended its latest quarter with $1.4 billion in cash and $5.3 billion in debt, for net debt of $3.9 billion. That puts the company's enterprise value (EV) at just over $9 billion, which seems paltry on the surface, especially for a well-known brand with a symbol that folks are happy to tattoo on their bodies. As for the future, Harley-Davidson trades at just 8x and 7x 2022 and 2023 consensus earnings estimates, respectively. The questions in the near term are whether consumers will continue to buy bikes and whether credit losses will become an issue. Some may not realize that the company does generate substantial financial services revenue (financing wholesale inventory receivables and retail consumer loans) to the tune of nearly $800 million, or 15% of total revenue, in 2021. During Harley-Davidson's lost decade the only way to have made money on the stock was by opportunistically trading it. It has not been a good buy and hold. I remain where I've been the past several times I've looked at HOG over the years -- on the sidelines. 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