MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum is about to take fans behind the scenes, to show how the company’s anniversary celebrations take shape.
A new exhibit opens Friday called “Designing a Celebration.”
It features dozens of sketches that show how each anniversary’s logo is designed – as well as the manufacturing process in creating special anniversary parts.
The exhibit will also show examples of Harley’s limited-edition anniversary motorcycles that were sold through the years. Some of the artifacts go back to 1913.
Museum vice president Bill Davidson says the exhibit will give folks a glimpse into Harley’s attention to detail. And it will include designs for promoting Harley’s upcoming 110th anniversary.
The museum exhibit will remain on display through the Labor Day Weekend.