LeatherUp.ca will dramatically reshape and change the Canadian industry, just like we have in the U.S. By offering high-quality brands, without the middlemen, we can save our customers up to 50% off what they currently pay.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
LeatherUp, one of the world’s largest online retailers for everything motorcycles -- from leather jackets and motorcycle helmets to motorcycle accessories and parts -- is expanding its well-known brand into the borders of Canada this week with their newest website, LeatherUp.ca. The Canadian website will offer the same best-price guarantee and renowned customer service as the United States site, but with all prices marked in the Canadian currency.
“The key to success in business, is knowing who your customer is,” stated Travis Johnson, General Manager of LeatherUp. “We’ve noticed more and more Canadian bikers shopping on our site over the years, in fact, Canada is our second largest audience behind the US. So naturally we wanted to create a site just for them. We want to make our Canadian store the number one biker shop for all of our northern neighbors.”
The move into the Canada comes at a time when LeatherUp has experienced great growth and customer satisfaction in the United States, partially due to its focused mission of providing high quality clothing, gear and equipment at the lowest possible prices. LeatherUp has seen an increased growth in its social media presence as well, which has significantly grown its already large popularity, to an even wider audience.
LeatherUp Brings an Entire Catalogue to All Canadians
LeatherUp.ca promises to be one of the most popular motorcycle gear and apparel websites for all Canadian shoppers, and will serve all provinces and territories. Canadian motorcycle riders, as well as any and all leather-clothing enthusiasts, will now be able to buy the latest and greatest gear from brands like Xelement, Vulcan, Outlaw, Hawk and many more, without any additional currency conversion being needed at checkout. In addition, Canadian customers will have access to a toll-free number and online chat options for dealing with all customer-service related inquiries and concerns.
“One of the most important things we’ve discovered about bikers, is that popular gear in the U.S., isn’t always popular elsewhere,” says Travis Johnson. “We specifically built our CA site to tailor to our fellow northern riders. We’re only offering the gear and accessories that they want and need. Also with our social presence we constantly have our ears to the ground to keep adding new gear and features that they want. Basically our audience is building the site that they want to use.”
LeatherUp Sales and Events
In addition to its already competitive pricing, Canadian customers will also be able to take advantage of numerous sales and special events that were previously only available to them via the original LeatherUp website. Canadian customers can also join the LeatherUp mailing list and receive even more offers and special discount codes through regular emails sent via the LeatherUp team.
Travis Johnson says, “LeatherUp.ca will dramatically reshape and change the Canadian industry, just like we have in the U.S. By offering high-quality brands, without the middlemen, we can save our customers up to 50% off what they currently pay. We have thousands of Canadian bikers who can’t wait to start shopping on our new site and avoid high import taxes, high shipping costs, and save a lot of money. We are very excited to launch the site!”
LeatherUp.ca is one of the most popular online leather stores selling motorcycle jackets, boots, chaps, pants, and helmets, while incorporating the unique approach of manufacturing their own products. This focus on direct to consumer cost structure has enabled Leatherup to bring higher quality products direct to online consumers at a fraction of the cost. The strong word of mouth and loyalty of LeatherUp’s two million customers has helped push them to the forefront of leading Internet Businesses and domination of several key niche market segments online for over 15 years.