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Judson Green '74 Elected to Harley-Davidson Board

Judson Green '74 Elected to Harley-Davidson Board

November 22, 2004

November 22, 2004, Greencastle, Ind. - Judson C. Green, president and CEO of NAVTEQ Corporation (NYSE: NVT) and a 1974 graduate of DePauw University, has been elected to the board of directors of Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE: HDI). "Judson brings a wealth of experience that will be of tremendous value to Harley-Davidson as the Company pursues its growth goals," says Harley-Davidson director Barry K. Allen, chairman of the board's nominating and corporate governance committee. "We know that shareholders will benefit from his unique insights and we welcome him to the board."

"Our focus at Harley-Davidson is on delighting customers and delivering total customer experiences," added Harley-Davidson, Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Jeffrey L. Bleustein. "Judson's background makes him exceptionally well-suited to contribute in key ways to this focus." navteq.jpg

An announcement at PR Newswire notes, "NAVTEQ is the world's leading developer and supplier of digital map information for navigation systems, including those used in the automotive industry. Prior to assuming the leadership of NAVTEQ in 2000, Green was chairman of Walt Disney Attractions, the theme park and resort segment of the Walt Disney Company, and also had served as chief financial officer of the Walt Disney Company. He previously worked as a CPA for Arthur Young and Co. Green holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and a bachelor's degree in economics from DePauw University. He serves on the boards of Conservation International and The Field Museum of Chicago, as well as the boards of both his alma maters."

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