Sailor Wins Harley-Davidson's Military Appreciation Month Contest

Navy Aviation Electronics Technician First Class Khalid Mansour, of Orlando, Fla., has been announced as the 2011 winner of the Harley-Davidson’s Military Appreciation Month contest. Currently stationed at Naval Station Mayport, Mansour has been in the Navy for nine years and was in the midst of a six-month deployment aboard the USS Vella Gulf in the Mediterranean Sea when he entered the contest.

In November 2010, H-D honored members of the military through Military Appreciation Month; included in the activities was a contest where one active military member and up to five friends would win the “Ultimate Freedom Pass,” which includes a trip to Milwaukee for the group with a VIP Harley-Davidson Museum tour and a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle of his or her choice. Mansour selected a Harley-Davidson Road King Classic as his winning prize.

“I received the news about the contest three days after I had been promoted, so December was a very good month,” Mansour said. “I am very much looking forward to the group ride in Milwaukee as well as a tour of the world famous Harley-Davidson Museum. I will be moving to Japan in June, so I can’t wait to ride my new Hog in the "Land of the Rising Sun.”

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