State Incentives Help Harley-Davidson Stay in Wisconsin
"Together with our employees we are making the changes necessary for us to compete and win in a global marketplace," said Keith Wandell, Harley-Davidson, Inc. president and CEO. "We have worked closely with the state of Wisconsin and we appreciate their efforts to foster a competitive business environment that will help us succeed here long term. As we look to the future, we are confident that Harley-Davidson will be as great going forward as it has been in the past."
The facilities in the Milwaukee area and Tomahawk will be the recipients of the Enterprise Zone tax credits.
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