The site being considered is in Shelbyville, Ky. The company earlier said it was also looking at locations near its Kansas City, Mo., plant; in Shelbyville, Ind.; and in Murfreesboro.
The York Dispatch reported that a company statement said that Harley-Davidson representatives met with Kentucky officials this week. Harley-Davidson spokesman Bob Klein said the company also is considering the possibility of staying in York.
The plant employs 2,500 and is the company's largest.
The Courier-Journal in Louisville reported that Kentucky Economic Development Secretary Larry Hayes declined to discuss what kinds of state incentives are under consideration.
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