A rally was held Sunday in York, Pennsylvania, to convince Harley-Davidson to keep its assembly plant operating there.
The "Save Our Plant" rally, sponsored by a local television station, drew hundreds of riders who uniformly rode only one brand of motorcycle.
Harley-Davidson said last spring it wanted to close the Pennsylvania plant due to inefficiency in its operations there, but H-D rep Pat Sweeney said the company would rather say put and is looking at ways to make that happen.
Gov. Ed Rendell said he’d throw $15 million at the plant to help Harley modernize operations there.