Six figure donation to Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame Building Fund
Sturgis, S.D., Feb. 20—Construction on the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame renovation roared into the new year courtesy of the Law Tigers motorcycle lawyers. Set to expand to two campuses by the 100th Anniversary in 2020, the Main Street location gets a major revitalization for 2018, courtesy of generous donations from supporters such as the Law Tigers.
“We are proud to be involved with such an amazing organization,” says Ari Levenbaum, VP of Marketing for The Law Tigers, a professional association of motorcycle injury lawyers who help riders every day. “Law Tigers is excited to provide some of the finances needed to build the new Sturgis Motorcycle Museum. It is important to recognize and honor those individuals who have done their part to support the different aspects of the motorcycle industry.”
The entire organization is passionate about motorcycling and has some pretty impressive bikes in their corporate collection. “The Museum represents achievements and important milestones within the motorcycle industry, and Law Tigers motorcycle lawyers are happy to do their small part to ensure a lasting legacy.”
“It’s been an exciting Spring,” says Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Executive Director Myrick Robbins. “The Law Tigers jump-starting the building fund has taken our very aggressive expansion effort from the planning stage on paper to the reality of construction. It has been an amazing journey so far, but the best is yet to come!”
“Our support and the support of others will allow future generations to have somewhere to visit that showcases the history of motorcycles and the history of the motorcycle industry, as well as the pioneers who made lasting contributions,” adds Levenbaum. “Since the age of eight, I grew up first on dirtbikes and later riding street legal motorcycles, but I never really knew the history of motorcycles as a youth. Riding motorcycles has enriched my life in so many ways. I feel it is important to pay it forward and acknowledge those individuals who have had an impact on the industry.”
The Law Tigers motorcycle lawyers are fully committed to showcasing the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum through a host of resources, including taking some of its motorcycles on the road to other events like the Mecum Auctions, promoting the museum online and providing financial support for many years to come. “One of the reasons we decided to make a substantial donation to the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum was to show other businesses and organizations just how important this institution is for future generations,” explains Levenbaum. “It is my hope that our contribution will help motivate other individuals and businesses to make equal or greater contributions to the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame.”
Join the Law Tigers by becoming a Sturgis FUNdRider by contributing here: www.sturgismuseum.com/contribute