Re: Special Press Release from Norton Motorcycle Co.
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--- In email@example.com, "Lorin Guy"
> PRESS RELEASE
> For immediate release:
> Gladstone, Oregon, USA Norton Motorcycle Co. and Norton Motorsports
> announced yesterday that it will be the first company to offer an
> alternative fuel motorcycle to the general public.
> The company says its plans to be the first "green" motorcycle
> manufacturer in the USA and is setting a new standard.
> The 961/BFY (Bio-Fuel Yellow) Commando represents a new beginning
> Norton Motorcycles. The Bio-Fuel Commando is designed and builtfrom
> the ground up; this bike continues the Norton legacy of definedstyle
> and performance.functionalism,
> This modern roadster reflects the soul of the original machine only
> cleaner. Classic sculptural forms are combined with raw
> laying beautiful shapes over a structural frame and muscular motor;as
> resulting in a visual language that is both sensual, purposeful and
> Clean burning. With a very narrow waist and curves in just the right
> places, the 961/BFY (Bio-Fuel Yellow) is a bike that feels as good
> it looks and is environmentally friendly.of
> The Commando BFY (Bio-Fuel Yellow) will run on E85 ethanol, a blend
> 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline and is a renewable resource made fromUS
> grown corn. Because it reduces green house emissions E85 is anour
> exciting new energy. Norton wants to be the first motorcycle company
> to tap this market.
> Feeling pressure from EPA on its regular fuel motorcycles Norton
> President said at a press conference " this will enable us to get
> motorcycle to market earlier than expected" "we are now offering thenew
> new green Norton to some of our first customers in an effort to get
> these bikes moving".
> It's unclear how many of the customers with deposits placed on the
> Norton will switch to the new Bio-fuel Norton, but the company is
> hoping to sell three thousand in the first year of production.