Official grand opening of the Touratech Canada store

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Bromont, mai 24th 2018 – The Touratech Canada store in Bromont, Quebec, is celebrating the return of summer and its official grand opening under the new administration by inviting motorcyclists to a 5-7 event on Friday, June 1st. Participants will get several specials on a variety of items and several prizes will be draw.

“It was important for me to create this kind of event, said Marc Fontaine, new owner of Touratech Canada. I acquired the compagny in January and it was important for me to invite our customers to participate in this official opening. In addition, I am proud to announce that we will be a retailler for the KLIM line of clothing and accessories.” According to Mr Fontaine, close to 100 motorcyclists could participate in this event. Participants will have a free beer and they will be able to admire the new layout of the store located at 1222 Shefford Street in Bromont.

Touratech is a leader in innovative products for the bike for the road, travel and off-road. For nearly thirty years, Touratech, founded in Niedereschach, Germany, in 1990 by motorcycle enthusiasts, develops, produces and markets high-performance products that meet the most stringent requirements worldwide. Very complete, its range covers both GPS navigation and the outdoors, through the accessories and special parts for the adventure bike. All products are tested in the most extreme conditions, both on very long trips and on enduro and rally tracks. The head office is in Niedereschach, on the edge of the Black Forest in southern Germany. Touratech is present in more than 45 countries.


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