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For the Paws | Harley-Davidson teams up with Paw Justice to Save Our Shelters

Kiwis offered the chance to save man’s best friend by entering a draw to win another of man’s best friends – a Harley-Davidson motorcycle

a harley-davidson fat boy 114 with riding staring down the camera

It's nice to know we're not the only ones with a soft spot for man's best friend. Harley-Davidson has teamed up once again with the good sorts at Paw Justice to help raise funds to aid the numerous cases of down-on-their-luck dogs (and other animals) around Aotearoa.

This time, Paw Justice and Harley are teaming up for a fundraising raffle benefiting Operation S.O.S [Save Our Shelters], an initiative that aims to support the Paw Justice Food Bank. So far, the program has provided over 1.8 million meals to homeless animals in shelters and struggling communities nationwide.

Entrants will go into a raffle to win a 2024 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 114 in vivid black, with all funds from tickets purchased directly going to support the Food Bank Program.

Paw Justice NZ

The Fat Boy is one of the more iconic models in the current Harley Softail lineup, with its solid rims and burly 114 cubic inch engine coming together in an undeniable Harley-Davidson silhouette.

"We are pleased to be partnering with Harley-Davidson for this important initiative," Paw Justice Co-Founder Shaughan Campbell, said.

"Paw Justice is an organisation dedicated to eliminating animal abuse while helping feed animals in need throughout New Zealand, and partnering with powerful brands is an important way to extend our reach to the public and garner strong support for our cause." 

"At Harley-Davidson, we live by the ethos United We Ride and that certainly transcends to man’s best friend, explained Harley-Davidson's Managing Director for Australia/New Zealand, Nigel Keough. "In offering the chance to win our iconic 2024 Fat Boy, we hope to raise awareness and essential funds for homeless animals across New Zealand."

To purchase tickets and find out more information, visit or go to the Paw Justice Website .

There are only 2500 tickets in total, plus 14 other chances of winning some great prizes as part of this charitable drive, so chances are pretty good you'll walk away with more than good karma.


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