Sioux Falls Family Receives Community Service AwardSouth Dakota Retailers Association - SDRA 1/9/2019
J&L Harley-Davidson of Sioux Falls, owned by Jimmy and Joe Entenman, was awarded the first annual Community Service Award this week at the South Dakota Retailers Association (SDRA) annual banquet in Pierre.
The Entenmans were recognized for their involvement in several community activities, including Hot Harley Nights, bike night, Special Olympics, Make A Wish, and other events that support veterans, children, first responders and families in need.
“We are proud to have the Entenmans as long-time members of the South Dakota Retailers Association,” said Executive Director Nathan Sanderson. “Our businesses love giving back to their communities and J&L exemplifies that spirit.”
J&L Harley-Davidson was started in 1975 by Jim and Lonnie Entenman. Now 44 years later, their sons Jimmy and Joe run the business and have expanded it to 4 locations, including one in North Dakota. They employ 120 full-time and part-time staff.
The SDRA Community Service Award recognizes a business that goes above and beyond to give back to the citizens of its community.
The South Dakota Retailers Association is one of the nation’s oldest and largest trade organizations, representing almost 4,000 businesses across the state. Visit the SDRA online at www.sdra.org or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
Pictured, from left: Jimmy Entenman, Anna Entenman-Fey, Jim Entenman, Sr., SDRA President Terry Van De Walle, Joe Entenman, and SDRA Executive Director Nathan Sanderson.