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Jeff Nicklus To Appear at Golden Hills Resort

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Magnolia, TX
June 18, 2010



Rory Maynard of The Golden Hills Resort, of Lead, SD, announced earlier today that a new Five (5) Year Personal Appearance Agreement had been signed bringing both Desperado and Jeff Nicklus to The Golden Hills Resort just in time for the 70th Anniversary of the Black Hills Rally. "For the last Four (4) years both Desperado and myself have been located at the Manuel Brothers Park in Lead for the Rally. With the inking of this new contract we are now able to remain in Lead and continue the great relationships we have developed over the years with the people of Lead." Nicklus said. The Golden Hills Resort is a 100 room fully furnished Resort located at the corner of Hwy 14 and Miners Avenue in Lead, SD.




Desperado Founder Injured in Motorcycle Accident
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Magnolia, TX - January 9, 2008 - Jeff Nicklus, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Jeff Nicklus Desperado Motorcycles and Jeff Nicklus Customs LLC., was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on Saturday January 5, 2008 at the conclusion of an event at Reliant Center in Houston, Texas.

Nicklus and his son, Conrad, had just concluded the release of two new Jeff Nicklus Signature Series Motorcycles built for the Monster Truck Teams of "King Krunch" and "El Matador" at the "Monster Jam Series" annual kick off event at Reliant Center when the accident occurred. "Dad and I were returning the two bikes to our trailer for transport back to our facility in Magnolia when a car in the parking lot pulled straight out in front of him". The younger Nicklus stated. "Dad had no choice other than to hit the car broadside or lay the bike down to avoid the collision. He chose to lay the bike down." Nicklus continued.

Nicklus was taken by ambulance to the Methodist Hospital Trauma Center where it was later determined that he suffered from multiple broken bones, multiple abrasions and contusions. Doctors expect Nicklus, who is recovering at home, to make a full recovery in 4-6 months.




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