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Bucks and Harley-Davidson create limited edition merchandise line

Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson has teamed up with the Milwaukee Bucks for a limited edition line of special co-branded merchandise, building upon an existing relationship in which the famed US motorcycle manufacturer is the Bucks’ jersey logo sponsor.  The merchandise collection features graphic lockups of the Bucks and Harley-Davidson.

The merchandise will be available at Harley-Davidson Dealers, Bucks pro shop locations, and online at NBA.com, Fantaics.com and Harley-Davidson.com.

“This co-branded apparel line is an exciting extension of our collaboration with Harley-Davidson,” said Matt Pazaras, Bucks senior vice-president of business development and strategy. “We are proud that the Bucks sport a Harley-Davidson patch on their jerseys on the court. Now we look forward to seeing people wear these two iconic Milwaukee brands together as well.”

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