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Corbin Times Home Edition Archive

January 20, 2006

It was late December since our last newsletter was written, so please pardon the belated greets. Three scant weeks back in the saddle (so to speak) and we're starting to see the color of our desks under the mass of delinquent projects. On the bright side, we've got a lot of new goodies being released and are bustin' hump to get the webpages online.

So if you click on over to our New Products page and don't see one of the items listed below, that's just because you found out about it before the rest of the world. Check back and we'll have it there soon.

2006 HD V-Rod Screaming Eagle Dual Tour setup
2006 HD V-Rod Screaming Eagle Hollywood Solo
2006 HD Roadking Classic Solo & Pillions
Yamaha Roadliner & Stratoliner Dual Tour Saddle
Yamaha Roadliner & Stratoliner Rumble Seat
BMW K1200 R Modular Seating System
2006 HD Roadking Dual Touring Saddle
2006 HD Roadking Gambler Saddle
2006 HD Softail Hollywood Solo
2006 HD Softail Gunfighter
2006 HD Dyna-Glide Rumble seat

To view these items go to:

2006 Harley-Davidson Street Glide saddles (more)
2006 Harley-Davidson Softail FXST saddles (more)
2006 Harley-Davidson Softail FXST Beetle Bags
2006 Harley-Davidson Dyna-Glide saddles (more)
Yamaha Roadliner & Stratoliner saddles (more)
Yamaha Roadliner & Stratoliner Fairing, Saddlebags & Chin Spoiler
Corbin aerodynamic Trunk box for Roadking & Softail
2006 Kawasaki Ninja 650R Saddle
2005 Honda CBR 600 F4i Saddle
2005 Suzuki Boulevard M-50 Saddles
Yamaha MT-01 dual saddle
Yamaha Majesty Scooter

With only two weeks left before we pull our January winner, here's the lucky recipient of the December prize.


OK Steve, drop me a line and you've got yourself a $250 Corbin Gift Certificate... Easy as pie!

For those of you who are new to this newsletter, we'll take a moment to review how this works:

At the end of the month we pull a name at random from our subscriber list. If you're reading this, then you can win. That name is published in the newsletter as the official announcement to the recipient. We do NOT send an additional private mail to the winner. Yes, you must read Chuck's ramblings to win. Ha Ha!

The winner has two weeks to send me a return e-mail to claim the prize. The message MUST come from the e-mail address that was used to receive the newsletter. That's how we verify somebody isn't trying to snake your prize. If the prize is not claimed in two weeks, we will pull another name from the hat and somebody else gets a shot. Simple huh?

For the last several months, the prize has been a $250 Corbin Gift Certificate. This can and will change eventually as soon as we dream up a better idea. Good Luck!

"The biggest mistake we made was to make it a priority... now we'll never have the time to work on it." This cynical statement was uttered by one of our crack marketing team in regards to development of the new Corbin website. Already several weeks over- due, they tell me the site is still underway and on the horizon. Lots of new features and a more friendly interface... since it's not legal to beat them, I guess we'll just keep waiting.

I was amazed at the number of responses to the last newsletter where we had the audacity to say "Merry Christmas" instead of the more generic and banal "Seasons Greetings". I really half expected to get flamed for it, but you folks were overwhelmingly positive. Thank You!!!

There WERE a few unsubscribes following that edition, but now that they're gone the rest of us can talk smack about them behind their backs. Neener-Neener-Ha-Ha-HA! Just kidding. Yes, there were a couple of unsubs, but no more than my dry rapier-like wit normally would chase away in a friday afternoon.

The indoor show circuit is in swing and the 25th annual IMS show is this weekend at the Jacob Javits Center in New York. Corbin won't be attending this show as we're in heavy preparation for the upcoming V-Twin Expo in Cincinatti. This show marks the beginning of the 2006 season for us and we'll have a truckload of new stuff to show off to motorcycle dealers from around the world. Following that we're loading up and headed for Daytona Beach Bike Week March 3rd - 12th. We hope to see you there.

That's it for this week kids, stay warm!

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