The Eastland Chamber of Commerce was on hand to host the ribbon cutting at the Grand Opening of Bryans Motorcycle Museum held October 9th.
The museum is located at Bryans Auto Supply in Eastland Texas at 925 E Main Street and is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Owner, Bryan Jackson, has had the private collection of motorcycles and memorabilia for years, but has now decided to open it to the public. The museum displays the history of five generations of the Jackson family and the imprint motorcycles have had on their lives. Bryan’s dad, Kay Jackson held the honor of cutting the ribbon on the museum.
A ribbon cutting was also held for the newly renovated and improved Bryans Signs & High Impact Graphics. Daniel Jackson who manages the sign division showed off their expanded work space behind the counter and their newest building offering the ability to work comfortably on wrapping any size vehicle with the customer’s choice of graphics.
Stop by Bryan’s Auto Parts/Computers/Signs & Graphics and ask for a tour of Bryans Motorcycle Museum.
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