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Got this email today:

AMS IS COMING TO DALLAS SOON!! AMS IS OPENING IT'S SECOND LOCATION IN DALLAS TEXAS! WE ARE PLANNING A HUGE PARTY SO CHECK THE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS. EVERYONE IS INVITED! MORE DETAILS TO COME!
Great news for those of you in the 'D' part of DFW! Now where will it be? (I'm sure someone knows)
 

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Well, AMS is becoming a sponsor here.
I was talking with Mrs Nash, and I can say this much.
It will be somewhere near the canyon downtown....
It won't have the full on garage like Alvarado, but it will do things like valves, scheduled maintenance....

And THAT is a GOOD thing!
 

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Wherever they put it, the original shop will still be more convenient for me, but this is great for them AND for you guys in Dallas and points north.

A nice storefront, basic maintenance, daily trailer service to/from the main store for big jobs... seems like a win-win for everybody. They can always grow it later as needed.

For better and worse, this will also increase sales to poseurs. Curious tire-kickers don't just 'drop-in' to the Alvarado store. That one bad is easily offset by the good: more sales for Ducati, more business for AMS, more used bikes on the market with <1,000 miles :D. (yes, having just bought my first Ducati, I see the irony in the above observation.) If Porsches and Ferraris were only sold to people who deserved them and knew how to drive them properly, both companies would have gone under decades ago.:(
 

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After my experiences with Eurosport and BMW Dallas, I like having AMS doing my stuff.

No other way to have it.....
 
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