New Owners Revving Up for Villa Park Harley-Davidson

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), May 8, 2001 | Go to article overview

New Owners Revving Up for Villa Park Harley-Davidson


Byline: Sarah Mawhorr

Harley-Davidson of Villa Park, 120 W. North Avenue, is under new ownership.

New owners Ozzie Giglio, John Wojtasik, Jeff Denardo and Jim Christopher are inviting the public to check out their store from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the store is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday. Shoppers also will find refreshments and a live band.

The shop sells a variety of Harley motorcycles from smaller sportster models to the 678-pound dresser motorcycles that seat two people comfortably.

Talking machines: Bank One has installed talking cash machines to help customers who are visually impaired.

Thirty of the new machines have been placed in the Chicago area as well as Columbus, Ohio.

Customers use a standard set of earphones to hear voice prompts that take them through the transaction.

"These ATMs afford visually impaired people some of the privacy and dignity that is sought by everyone," said Ann Byrne in a statement from Bank One. Byrne, who is blind, is a project manager for Exeloncorp in Chicago.

"Not only will this service benefit people who have been unable to see for years, it will offer the growing population of active, aging people with diminishing eyesight."

The earphones can be obtained at any bank that has one of the talking cash machines or can be ordered by calling (877) 241-8665. …

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