Jim Entenman is a member of the Emily’s Hope Board of Directors and is one of the people behind the success of the Emily’s Hope Poker Run. Jim is a lifelong resident of the Sioux Falls area. For 45 years, Jim owned and operated J & L Harley-Davidson in Sioux Falls, SD, Glacial Lakes Harley-Davidson in Watertown, SD, and Harley-Davidson of Fargo in Fargo, ND. Jim has served on the Sioux Falls City Council and has been an active member of the community. His leadership on the Build It Now Committee was instrumental in bringing the Denny Sanford Premier Center to Sioux Falls. Jim’s philanthropic efforts have touched the lives of many in our community. The loss of his brother motivated Jim to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The Entenman Family created the event, Hot Harley Nights, and have raised over $3 million for Make-A-Wish of South Dakota. Jim has been an active board member of the Sioux Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau, Make-A-Wish South Dakota, the Sioux Falls Sports Authority, Sanford Board of Trustees, the Sioux Empire Red Cross Development Board, the Governor’s Tourism Advisory Board and the South Dakota Auto Dealers Board.