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Thousands of people from all corners of the world and all stripes of life converge on Sturgis, South Dakota, each August. They are hardcore bikers, white collar executives, professionals, biker beauties, motorcycle grandmas, Christian bikers, the curious, and many more. What is the magic? Why do they go? Tom Endres provides an answer and an insight in his profiles of the bikers themselves.
You may not know the people in "Sturgis Stories," but you will be drawn into their quirky biker subculture as you read their straight-from-the-heart stories.
A family-friendly book which you can leave on your coffee table for everyone to read.
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Like most of the bikers who rally each August in Sturgis, South Dakota, author Tom Endres has another identity. He is Professor of Communication and Chair of the Communication Department at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Tom earned his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He is the author of numberous articles published in communication journals. He has a chapter in Perry and Geist's "Courage of Conviction: Women's Words, Women's Wisdom."
An in-demand keynoter and seminar leader he has worked for corporations such as 3M, Honeywell, and Medtronic. He was named the "Jeanne Robertson Outstanding Professor" by the National Speakers Association.
An ardent motorcycle enthusiast, Tom conducted his interviews for "Sturgis Stories" from his classic 1980 Harley-Davidson Sportster XLH 1000. He is a member of H.O.G. (Harley Owners Group) and the Christian Motorcyclists Association.
Tom is married with three daughters.Review:
Highly entertaining, "Sturgis Stories" will delight motorcyclists and intrigue observers of human nature alike. -- Dan Kennedy, Publisher, Whitehorse Press
If a picture is worth 1000 words, each photo is this book is a life story waiting to be discovered. -- Dale Waters, President, Elan Design Group, Inc
In stories and photographs of eloquent simplicity, Tom Endres' book celebrates the people--the bikers--who make it all happen. -- Ann Ferrar, Author, "Hear Me Roar."
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