Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two

Personally, I’ve only read Playboy for its excellent articles, and really, that was a LONG TIME AGO. I’ve heard there’s some excellent photography in the magazine as well, but I hadn’t noticed. So, uh, if my wife is reading this, that’s my story.

However, as a public service to my readers, I thought I’d let you know about a press release I just received. Harley-Davidson and Playboy Plus Entertainment have teamed up for a contest called the “Ultimate Playboy Giveaway Unlocked by Harley-Davidson.”

Harley-Davidson Museum, Milwaukee WI

The grand prize is a trip to the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee for the opening of the Worn to be Wild: The Black Leather Jacket exhibit (which runs June 16 through September 12, 2012), AND a brand new 2012 Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two Sportster (I love this bike, especially with its retro 70s look and “Big Red Flake” metallic paint). Did I mention the opening party will be attended by the 2012 Playboy Playmate of the Year? (uh, I don’t know what that means, but it was in the press release)

Other prizes include H-D leather jackets and gift cards, an electric guitar signed by several Playboy Playmates, and a bunch of 1-year subscriptions to Playboy magazine (so you can read all those excellent articles).

For details and to enter the contest, go to www.PBGiveaway.com.

[please note: I am NOT being compensated for running this announcement; I believe it may be of interest to Harley-Davidson enthusiasts and readers of my blog. Obviously this is intended for adult readers only and is not intended to offend anyone.

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About Glen Abbott
Glen Abbott is a New Orleans-based travel writer & photographer. He specializes in writing about motorcycle touring and travel, and his work appears regularly in Harley-Davidson's HOG magazine, American Iron, and other publications.

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  1. Interesting giveaway. I really enjoyed that museum!
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