AMA Members Get New Discount at BikeBandit.com
If you're already an AMA member, you can now buy everything for your bike, from parts to apparel, on sale, 24/7. If you're not yet a member, here's a new discount that could save you more than the cost of your annual membership.
Thanks to a new deal with one of the industry’s leading online retailers of motorcycle parts and accessories, AMA members now receive a discount on any orders placed through BikeBandit.com.
Over the course of a year, the savings can really add up—and you get those special prices just by being an AMA member and shopping at BikeBandit.com. To get the discount, just enter your AMA number when you check out, and your discount will be calculated and displayed before you finalize your order.
In addition to the everyday discount, BikeBandit.com offers monthly specials exclusively for AMA members. The company also is including AMA membership information in all product shipments to help spread your Association’s message.
“BikeBandit.com is pleased to be supporting the AMA and plans to promote membership in the organization both online and off by helping to build awareness for the AMA’s efforts,” says BikeBandit.com Chief Financial Officer Ben Pfeifer. “We look forward to keeping our customers well-informed of the AMA’s activities.”
BikeBandit.com is based in San Diego, but serves customers all over the world, processing thousands of orders daily and offering more than 7 million products online.
Billing itself as “The Web’s Largest Powersports Store,” the company sells both aftermarket and OEM parts, meaning you can get a discount on everything from boots, riding pants and luggage to OEM brake pads, bearings and gaskets—right down to genuine factory nuts and bolts.
The company’s website even helps you choose the right OEM part by allowing you to view exploded views of most motorcycle assemblies, along with part numbers.
“This discount program is a generous way for BikeBandit.com to show its support for the AMA and AMA members, and we’re excited to have them on board,” says AMA Marketing Director Scott Papenfus. “BikeBandit.com already offers a huge selection and competitive prices. This obviously makes it even better.”
Papenfus says the deal not only helps existing members save money, but it can also help attract new ones.
“If someone is going to spend a significant amount of money on an order—say $700 for parts, accessories or riding gear—joining the AMA will save them more in discounts than the membership costs.”
Visit BikeBandit.com online to shop now.
Posted May 25, 2005
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