I know a while back there was a thread about BMW stores closing down.
The following comes from BMW's XPLOR website/forum, which is all but been killed, a ghost town now days...
"BMW Motorrad USA Expands Dealer Network with the Opening of Eight New Facilities
Woodcliff Lake, NJ ÔÇô February 10, 2009ÔÇª BMW Motorrad USA has announced the opening of eight new dealerships within the past five months to better serve BMW motorcycle customers in new and underserved markets.
ÔÇ£In 2010 and beyond we will continue to identify growth opportunities for the BMW brand in markets that do not currently have a BMW motorcycle dealership by partnering with new or existing motorcycle dealers in those areas,ÔÇØ commented Todd Andersen, BMW Motorrad USA Marketing Manager.
The newest authorized BMW dealerships include: Van-Wall Powersports in Perry, IA; BMW Motorcycles of Chattanooga in Chattanooga, Tenn.; Bergen County BMW Motorcycles in Rochelle Park, NJ; Montgomeryville Cycle Center in Hatfield, PA; BMW Motorcycles Tulsa in Tulsa, OK; BMW Motorcycles of Spokane/Westside Motorsports in Spokane, WA; BMW Motorcycles of Utah in Sandy, UT; and Kissell Motor Sports in State College, PA.
ÔÇ£Our dedicated dealer network was the key to our success last year,ÔÇØ added Mr. Andersen, citing the fact that BMW Motorrad USA outperformed the industry for the 2nd year in a row in 2009 despite an overall motorcycle industry decline of 41 percent. ÔÇ£Our dealers continued to serve our customers well thanks to new products like the K1300 GT, K 1300 S, and the new S 1000 RR Superbike, as well as attractive financing programs from BMW Financial Services.ÔÇØ "