Another Accidental Survivor

Golden Spike Harley-Davidson, Ogden

I’m making a determined effort to stop at as many Harley dealers as possible along the route.  Not because anything is amiss with my 2004 Low Rider, in fact Dave (Dave III) is running really well.  He just bludgeons his way through the wind, delivering 40 mpg at an average of 70 mph.  Not bad.

How Owners Can Help Defeat Prostate Cancer

But, I was talking about HD business owners, wasn’t I.  I’m hoping to enlist them in the education effort about prostate cancer and the need for testing and tracking the results.

Another Accidental Survivor

I met Dallas, the sales manager, at Golden Nugget Harley-Davidson when I popped in for my visit.  Dallas was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer during a routine colonoscopy exam.

The colonoscopy turned out normal, but it very likely saved his life.  Every HOG chapter most likely has one or more prostate cancer survivors.  I can say this with absolute certainty, because one in every six men will be stricken with prostate cancer.

If the prostate cancer survivors in each HOG chapter would honcho a “Test and Track” program in conjunction with dealer ownership and management, we could reach some 800,000 male HOG members and their personal networks of 50, which would be an astounding 4o,000,000 people!

How about that for getting the word out?

Next Stop, Flaming Gorge Harley-Davidson in Rock Springs

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