Polaris CEO and president Tom Tiller recently broke ground at the site of the company’s future research and development center near Wyoming, Minn. Construction...

Polaris CEO and president Tom Tiller recently broke ground at the site of the company’s future research and development center near Wyoming, Minn. Construction on the 100,000-square-foot facility has already started and is expected to be complete in Fall 2005. This new facility will serve as a hub for the company’s engineering,
research and development for the personal watercraft, ATV and Victory motorcycle products.

Upon completion of the Wyoming facility, Polaris will operate in six major locations in the Midwest, including:

“This is a very important day for Polaris,” said Tiller. “This new facility represents Polaris’ strong commitment to continuous improvement in the products we manufacture. Our research and engineering capabilities will be second-to-none as we continue to build
our reputation as a manufacturer of innovative, high-quality recreational and utility vehicles. This facility also creates an opportunity for Polaris to bring good jobs and economic growth to the state of Minnesota.”

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