Everything Bob Parsons does is big. From hunting big game in Africa, to outrageous and over the top Super Bowl commercials. So it's no surprise that once the big-daddy of internet domain names got into the motorcycle dealership business, he was going to eventually take on the status quo.
Yesterday it was announced that Parsons intends to build the "worlds largest" Harley-Davidson dealership in Scottsdale Arizona, at the Scottsdale Airpark, and relocating HD of Scottsdale from its current location to the new building. According to GM Justin Johnson, the new dealership will be 146,000 square foot, eclipsing Destination Daytona by 37,000 square feet and Las Vegas HD by 42,000 square feet.
Harley-Davidson of Scottsdale is one of three motorcycle dealerships owned by billionaire GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons. That includes Go AZ Motorcycles in Scottsdale, with nine brands, and Southern Thunder Harley-Davidson in Southaven, Miss.
Parsons, a motorcycle enthusiast, also founded Spooky Fast Customs, which builds custom bikes.
The proposed two-story Scottsdale dealership would be built on 4.28 acres northeast of the existing 26,000-square-foot dealership that opened in 1998 at Hayden Road and Northsight Boulevard. The closed Airpark Chrysler dealership would be torn down to make way for the new building.
In 2012 we interviewed Bob Parsons for our "I'm a Rider" feature. https://www.google.com/url?
The complete story is at AZ Central.com