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HOGWASH
Official Newsletter
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Inc.
Chapter Number 0788
February 2001 Issue

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Atlanta Chapter H.O.G. 2001

Director Director
B.K. Ellis
770-471-0306
bkellis1@mindspring.com
Assistamt Director Assistant Director
Dick Cadou
770-489-2887
mcadou@msn.com
Sec Secretary/Treasurer/Editor
Rene' Durham
770-944-1340
turbohog@IX.netcom.com
Ride Director Ride Director
Steve Johnson
770-942-5770
rhino2447@aol.com
LOH Ladies of Harley Officer
Patty Toney
770-948-3668
faithrider@msn.com
Safety Officer Safety Officer
David Olszewski
770-425-7126
Fullthrottle0001@aol.com
Web Master Web Master
B.K. Ellis
770-471-0306
bkellis1@mindspring.com
Photographer Photographer
Hank Somma
770-966-7924
skhank@bellsouth.net
Advertising Advertising
Jim Sherrer
404-626-8185
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Ride Captain Ride Captain
Don Brown
770-949-6385
brown_j@bellsouth.net
Ride Captain Ride Captain
Vernon Eldred
678-715-0838
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Ride Captain Ride Captain
Tom Sigerfoos
770-971-4467
dynabear@aol.com
Ride Captain Ride Captain
Mike Volk
770-949-9691
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February 2001 Event Schedule

Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. events are considered "Open" unless otherwise noted!

February 02-04, 2001
FYI...Great American Motorcycle Show
North Atlanta Trade Center

February 10, 2001
Sweetheart Ride
Spaghetti Warehouse

February 13, 2001
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Business Meeting

February 15, 2001
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Chapter Meeting

February 16-18, 2001
FTI...Atlanta International Motorcycle Show
Cobb Galleria

February 24, 2001
LOH Lunch Ride
Gombeaux's

March 2001 Event Schedule

March 02-11, 2001
FYI...Daytona Bike Week
Daytona Beach, FL

March 8, 2001
Chapter Dinner, Julians
Ormond Beach, FL

March 9, 2001
Chapter Lunch
The Decks

March 13, 2001
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Business Meeting

March 15, 2001
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Chapter Meeting

March 17, 2001
L.O.H. St. Patrick's Day Lunch Ride
Blue Willow Inn

March 31, 2001
Music Festival Ride, Williamson, GA

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Event Statement

Chapter activities are conducted primarily for the benefit of H.O.G. chapter members. There are three categories of activities, all activities are identified as follows:

– Closed Events are those chapter events which are open to chapter members and one guest per member.

– Member Events are events that are open only to H.O.G. members.

– Open Events are those chapter events which are open to chapter members, national H.O.G. members and other guests as desired.

If you are interested in becoming a H.O.G. Chapter Member, contact Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

HOTEL UPDATE

Call Patty Toney at 770-948-3668 or Email

Charleston, SC
4/20-4/22: Days Inn @ I-26 (Exit 213-A) at Montague $55.00 per night 10 Kings (non-smoking) and 20 Doubles (non smoking and smoking) available.
DEADLINE MARCH 20, 2001
CANCELLATION 72 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL, MUST BE IN WRITING

Panama City Beach Ride
5/10 - 5/13: Sugar Beach Hotel $75.00 per night plus tax. All rooms have 2 Queen beds, kitchen, balcony. Pool and hot tub on site as well. I have 20 rooms blocked.
DEADLINE CURRENTLY MARCH 16, 2001
CANCELLATION 10 DAYS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL

Alabama State Rally Huntsville, AL
5/17-5/19: Will be at Von Braun Center in Huntsville. Marriott (near the Space & Rocket Center) $77.00 per night plus $8.70 tax. (30 Rooms available).
DEADLINE APRIL 15, 2001

Tennessee State Rally Chattanooga, TN
6/14-6/16: Will be at the Cricket Pavilion. Chattanooga Marriott $97.00 per night. This is about 3 blocks from the site (not walking distance), but a straight shot to the site on the bikes. 20 King rooms (non-smoking) & 10 (smoking) rooms which will be a mixture of Kings and Doubles available.
DEADLINE MAY 14, 2001

Nashville, Tennessee Ride (L.O.H.) July 13-15: Best Western Metro Inn

Georgia State Rally Atlanta, GA
10/11-10/13: Hilton Garden Inn in GwinnetteSugarloaf, $79.00 per night plus tax. 30 King Rooms available.
DEADLINE NOVEMBER 9, 2001.
72 HOUR CANCELLATION POLICY

SPECIAL NOTE:The Best Western Hotel 1-904-252-9631, ask for Mitch. Tell her Patty with HD-Atlanta sent you to her. As of 1-8-01, she had 12 rooms available for $158.00 per night with a 5 night stay minimum. They are located 2 and .5 miles South of Main Street on Atlantic Ave. I know of 2 other hotels also, price ranges from $180-$259 per night. One of these hotels is right on the beach. Call me if I can help you with Bike Week.

Business Meeting

Please NOTE! Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Business Meetings have moved to the Tuesday preceeding the Chapter Meeting on Thursday, unless otherwise noted.

Printer Needed

If you can help us with our printing of the HOGWASH, please call Rene' at Harley-Davidson of Atlanta and discuss what you can offer. Thanks, we really need some help.

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DIRECTOR'S REPORT

I hope everyone enjoyed the Holidays and Santa was good to you. Now it is time to get some motorcycling riding in, if the weather cooperates. The last three rides that were scheduled have been a wash. The Tommy Tyner ride, we woke up to about an inch of snow and needless to say no one showed up on their motorcycle and not many in vehicles. The ones of us that did show up had a good lunch and great time celebrating Fred "Bud" Toney's Birthday. Patty had arranged with management to have some baboons, cake and "entertainment," which was enjoyed by all.

We still need help with Activity Officer position. If you would like to volunteer for this position, please let me know. I would like to that thank David Olszewski for volunteering to serve as Safety Office. Looking forward to working and riding with David and Vickey.

We already have a lot of rides scheduled for the year, but there are still several open dates. If you would like to lead or have a favorite ride that you think the Chapter would enjoy, just let Steve Johnson know.

We already have rooms blocked for the Spring Ride to Charleston, SC, (April, 20-22) Alabama (Huntsville, May 17-19), Tennessee (Chattanooga, June, 14-16) and Georgia (Atlanta, October, 18-20) H.O.G. State Rallies. You will need to get in touch with Patty Tonye, L.O.H. Officer and get your name on the list. Patty is a Travel Agent and will be booking our motels this year. She will be glad to help you with any personal travel plans you might have. Space is going to be scarce as other Chapter start blocking rooms. Patty worked hard in securing what we have blocked. If we see that we might need more, the earlier we fill, what we have, the sooner she can ask for more. Even if you are not sure of your plans at this time, you need to get on the list. You will need to give her your credit card number so the room can be reserved. She has them blocked with her credit card at this time, but will release "ALL" rooms on the cut off dates. The Club cannot afford to pick up the tab for rooms not filled. Then it will be up to you to cancel or secure reservations.

I would like to thank Dick Cadou, Assistant Director; Rene' Durham, Secretary/Treasure; Steve Johnson, Ride Director; Patty Toney, L.O.H. Officer; Jim Sherra, Advertising; Hank Somma, Photographer and Don Brown, Vernon Eldred, Tom Sigerfoos, and Mike Volk, Ride Captains for volunteering to help make this a great and successful year for the Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Willie G. Rides

We are instituting this year, what we call "Willie G. Rides." We will give tickets on special rides, which will be you're responsible for keeping up with. At the Anniversary party we will draw a ticket and the Luck Member will receive a Leather Jacket. "Willie G. Rides" will not be announced in advance. We will pick one, two three or none, rides a month that will qualify for the "Willie G. Ride." So too win, you will have to attend as many rides as your time permits.

Rules:

Not too hard is it. So just ride, eat and have fun with the Atlanta Chapter and maybe win a Leather Jacket.

Ride Safe and Have Fun!

B.K. Ellis
Director,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR'S REPORT

RIDE SAFE AND LONG!

Dick Cadou
Assistant Director,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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SECRETARY/TREASURER'S REPORT


Everyone be safe.

Rene' Durham
Secretary/Treasurer,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Ride Director's Report

Hello everyone, well I'm sure that Daytona is on most everybody's mind just about now...mine too. Please make sure that your bike is in top shape before you take off to Florida...nothing can spoil a good trip quicker than to have something go wrong with your bike. Believe me, I know first hand about that. My Ultra gave it up to bad cam bearings in Buckhom, Wyoming, on the Sturgis trip last year. Luckily we were with good friends who saved us by going back an hours ride to get a vehicle and trailer to drag the thing back to our Bed & Breakfast. But all is fixed with it now...thank goodness for the warranty! Anyway Harry and the guys in the shop will get yours in top shape for the trip... just don't wait till the last minute and expect them to take you in...call and make an appointment and you will be O.K. And even though you 'll be going to Daytona, don't forget to take enough warm clothes...it will still be early March you know. If any body has a special ride that you'd like to see us make, please let us know so we can try to work it in with the rest of the rides already scheduled. Also, if you'd like to be a road captain and lead a ride or two, come and talk with me about it. I for one am certainly looking forward to doing a lot of good riding this year and I hope ya'll are too. So get the thing out of the garage, clean it up, service it and RIDE!

Ride today like you want be able to ride tomorrow!

Please Ride Responsible,

Steve Johnson
Ride Director,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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LADIES OF HARLEY REPORT

Spring will be here before you know it, and we are busy planning our rides for the year. I would like to encourage as many of you as possible to get involved in this aspect of the club. If there is a ride you would just love to take, with the group, now is the time to step forward and say so. It has been really rewarding to see so many women on their own bikes this past season and I know that I am not alone in saying that we all hope to see more in the season to come.

I would also like to encourage those members who are new to the Chapter or new riders, to make it a point to join us on a few rides this year. It is our policy for the group to ride at the comfort level of the least experienced rider. If you are riding with us for the first time, let the ride captain know at the safety briefing that you are a new to the group or perhaps a less experienced rider, so that we may adjust to your comfort level. I remember how nervous Fred (AKA "BUD") was on our first ride with a group, but we were welcomed and made to feel cared about and most of all we felt safe. We want everyone to have a safe and fun time.

Remember, "the more you know, the better it gets".

Keep the dust off your gear, get ready to leather up, zip up, buckle up, and gas up!

Catch ya later, see ya.

Patty Toney
Ladies of Harley Officer,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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SAFETY OFFICER'S REPORT

My name is David Olszewski, and I will be serving as your Safety Officer this year. I have been riding motorcycles for over 20 years now and that includes off-road riding as well. There is no room in our garage for cars any more since it is the home of a Fatboy, Sportster, 1969 Norton Commando and a Honda XR600. My wife, Vickey, started riding motorcycles last year. She says it's to spend more time with me, but I think it's just an excuse to expand her wardrobe. Either way, it added another bike to the garage and that's a good thing.

I have been working for The Coca-Cola Company for 10 years. I am a technology manager focusing on voice, data and video technologies for the company on a global basis. My job has allowed me to travel to many places all around the globe, and no matter what country I visit, there are always Harley-Davidson enthusiasts willing to share their experiences. Some countries have been very beautiful and a lot of fun, while others have been a real eye opener. The one thing that I have learned and can say without a doubt is, there is no place like home. We do live in the greatest country in the world.

Our daughter, Alexis, is eight years old. She does not yet share the passion for motorcycling as she prefers the 4 legged 1 horsepower models. We have just purchased land outside of Adairsville in Rydal and when she is ready, will be able to have a horse of her own. Our plans are to start building a log home on the land as soon as our house sells so, anyone in the house market please give me a call.

Safety Tip<

The safety tip for this month is one that I continually tell Vickey, "Ride Your Own Ride." This means to ride within your comfort zone, even if this means turning your group ride into a solo ride. As a new rider, this is very important because only you are responsible for controlling your bike. If a mistake is made in a group ride, it is likely to affect other riders. Riders new to group riding and/or beginners should let the Ride Captain know.

They can offer advice and ensure that you ride directly behind them. This way, the Ride Captain can gauge your level of riding skill and gear the ride to your level. It takes time to learn and build the skills to become an advanced rider. It cannot be done over night and besides, practicing is what we all love to do.

Even advanced level riders need to keep this safety tip in mind. Riding skills are just like any other skills, without practice they diminish. So, as we start a new season of riding, let's all take it easy as we shake off the winter cob webs.

If you ride safe, you'll ride longer!


Safety Officer,
David Olszewski
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

Please Don't Drink and Ride!
Friends Don't Let Friends ride Drunk!

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Activities Officer's Report


Activities Officer,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Web Master's Report

Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. on Yahoo!

Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. has a "Club Address" on Yahoo at the following URL: http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/atlantachapterhog

Please, check it out! You will be able to chat with other Atlanta Chapter Members. You will have to register to sign on to chat, load pictures and post messages. When you register, please give us you name, city and email address. That way other members will recognize your name and be able to email you as a member of the Atlanta Chapter and not someone in Kalamazoo. You will also be able to check out other Harley related clubs around the world. If you have problems, email me and I will try and help.

Jim Keely keeps the calendar up to date, so there is no need to miss an important event date.

This does not replace our HOGWASH Web Page, www.atlantahog.comor the HOGWASH Newsletter, just another e-service of the Atlanta Chapter.

B.K. Ellis
Web Master,
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

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Road Trip(s)

We already have rooms blocked for the Spring Ride to Charleston, SC, (April, 20-22) Alabama (Huntsville, May 17-19), Tennessee (Chattanooga, June, 14-16) and Georgia (Atlanta, October, 18-20) H.O.G. State Rallies. You will need to get in touch with Patty Tonye, L.O.H. Officer and get your name on the list. Patty is a Travel Agent and will be booking our motels this year. She will be glad to help you with any personal travel plans you might have. Space is going to be scarce as other Chapter start blocking rooms. Patty worked hard in securing what we have blocked. If we see that we might need more, the earlier we fill, what we have, the sooner she can ask for more. Even if you are not sure of your plans at this time, you need to get on the list. You will need to give her your credit card number so the room can be reserved. She has them blocked with her credit card at this time, but will release "ALL" rooms on the cut off dates. The Club cannot afford to pick up the tab for rooms not filled. Then it will be up to you to cancel or secure reservations.

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Been There Done That

Tommy Tyner Memorial Ride<

What can I say, this was not the best way to start the new millennium. First, we were not able to go to Buckner's because they were close on Monday and then we got up to about an inch of snow on the ground, which is not good for motorcycle riding. A group of us showed up at the shop in vehicles. Our caravan made it way down to Griffin and the Western Sizzlin Steak House. There we were greeted by another great group of members, also in their vehicles. The management was ready for us, even had white table cloths and place mats on the tables in the room reserved for us, way in the back of course. Needles to say, we did not fill up the spaces they had reserved for us. It was a great lunch, even with black-eyed peas and collards, for New Years Day must.

We celebrated Fred Toney's birthday, now know as "Bud." Patty had arranged with the management to entertain Bud after we finished lunch with a Birthday Cake, Balloons and some entertainment. We had a great time with some good food and conservation with the "faithful few" that show up. Happy Birthday Bud.

Thanks to all that showed up on this, out of the ordinary, New Years Day. Maybe next year we can get back to our normal routine and have better conditions for riding. Hope everyone got out and rode their motorcycle after the snow melted away to start the new year off with "Good Luck," I did.

Happy New Year and I hope we all have a great year and doing what we do best, riding our motorcycle and eating.

Live to ride and ride to eat.

B.K. Ellis,
Ride Leader

Buckners Lunch Ride, January 13, 2001<

It was finally a descent day to ride. The weather was a little on the chilly side when I left home but by the time we left Harley-Davidson of Atlanta, it had warmed up considerably and after lunch the ride home was a welcomed relief from cold and a good cure for cabin fever. We had a good turnout, mostly men. I guess it was still too cold for the women. We had two couples show up in cars, who will remain nameless.

As usual, the food was excellent, especially the fried chicken and peach cobbler.

When we pulled into the parking lot, I almost passed out. The parking lot was full of Honda motorcycles and people. I thought they were standing in line and I knew it would take us hours to get in if we had to get in behind them. As it turned out, they had already eaten was having a meeting. So, we walked in and were seated within a few minutes.

We had a good "back roads ride." The only problem was a little congestion going through Fairburn on Highway 138. We were able to stick together and made it through without anyone having to run red lights to keep up. Thanks to Don Brown for bring up the back and keeping everyone together. I need to learn how to work my CB so we can communicate when things go amiss.

This was a "Willie G. Ride" and everyone received a ticket, some two, if they had on Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. articles, patches, t-shirts etc.

Ride responsible.

B.K. Ellis,
Ride Leader

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Tentative Events Schedule, 2001
Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G.

January 2001

01 Tommy Tyner Annual Memorial Ride
11 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
13 Buckners Lunch Ride
18 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
21 FYI...Abate Swap Meet, Lakewood
27 Impromptu Lunch Ride
30 FYI...Abate Helmet Ride

February 2001

02-04 FYI...Great American Motorcycle Show
North Atlanta Trade Center
10 Sweetheart Lunch Ride
13 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
15 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
16-18 FYI...Atlanta International Motorcycle Show
Cobb Galleria
24 LOH Lunch Ride, Gombeaux's

March 2001

02-11 FYI...Daytona Bike Week
08 Dinner at Julians, Daytona Beach, FL
09 Lunch at The Deck, Daytona Beach, FL
13 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
15 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
17 LOH St. Patrick's Day Blue Willow Lunch Ride
31 Music Festival, Williamson, GA

April 2001

08 LaPrades Lunch Ride
14 LOH Light House Restaurant Ride
17 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
19 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
20-22 Charleston, SC Spring Ride

May 2001

06 FTI...American Diabetes Ride
06 FYI...Abate Swap Meet, Lakewood
10-13 Panama City, FL Bike Week Ride
15 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
13-20 FYI, Myrtle Beach Bike Week
17 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
17-19 Alabama H.O.G.State Rally
28 FYI...Rolling Thunder Ride
29 P.O.W. Memorial Ride

June 2001

02-03 LOH Macon Braves Ride
08-10 Southern High Roads Trail Ride
14-16 Tennessee State H.O.G. Rally
19 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
21 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
23 Dinner Ride

July 2001

04 Dale Moorefield Memorial Ride, Bostwick, GA
13-15 LOH Nashville, TN Ride
17 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
18 FYI...National Ride Your Motorcycle to Work Day
19 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
27-29 Charlotte, SC Flat Track Motorcycle Races

August 2001

04-12 FYI, 60th Annual Sturgis Rally, Sturgis, SD
14 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
16 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
25-26 LOH Lost Sea Tennessee Ride

September 2001

08 Sho Booties Resturant Ride
16 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G. 16th Anniversary Party
18 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
20 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
23 Blessing of the Bikes
27-30 Biloxi, MS Ride
30 Field Stone Inn Ride

October 2001

6-7 March of Dimes Ride
11-13 Georgia State H.O.G. Rally
16 Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. Business Meeting
18 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting
18-21 FYI...Biketoberfest, Daytona Beach, FL
27 LaPrades Ride

November 2001

10 P.O.W. Memorial Trail Ride
13 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
15 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting

December 2001

02 Christian City Toy Ride
18 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Business Meeting
20 Atlanta Chapter H.O.G., Chapter Meeting

January 2002

01 Annual Tommy Tyner Memorial Ride

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H.O.G. CHAPTER ONLINE PRIVACY STATEMENT

Personal privacy and security of information are mutual concerns of H.O.G., its members, and visitors to Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. web site. This Statement explains H.O.G.'s Internet policies and security measures relating to personal privacy and information security. The Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. collects and stores the following information about you when you visit the Atlanta Chapter web site: the name of the domain from which you access the Internet (for example, aol.com, if you are connecting from an America Online account); the date and time you access the site; and the Internet address of the web site from which you linked directly to our site. The chapter uses this information to measure the number of visitors to the different sections of its site. This helps H.O.G. to make its site more responsive to its members and prospective members.

H.O.G. will not obtain personally identifying information about you when you visit our site unless you choose to provide such information. If you choose to send e-mail, registration, or other personal information over the Internet, you do so voluntarily.

The Atlanta Chapter, H.O.G. will not disclose personal information provided to it except as follows:

At your request, which may be oral, in writing, by telephone, electronic or other means we recognize;

To assist H.O.G. in evaluating its programs and to continue to improve the quality of your on-line and membership experience;

When disclosure is required by law, such as pursuant to court order, subpoena, legal process or government agency examination or investigation, or to protect or enforce our rights;

To companies that perform services for H.O.G. in connection with your membership, such as data processing and financial transaction processing companies and agencies;

To Harley-Davidson affiliated companies and carefully selected third parties for their own use to provide products and services, or other opportunities to you, unless you have instructed us in writing not to do so; and

In connection with Harley-Davidson corporate due diligence and audits.

By your use of and connection to our web site, you understand and consent to this privacy statement. If for any reason you are concerned that the personal or member information maintained by H.O.G. is not correct or if for some reason you believe H.O.G. has not adhered to these privacy principles, please notify us by calling 1-800-CLUB-HOG.

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