Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Bruner Motors to host 3rd Annual Classic Car Show

Bruner Motors, Inc. will host their 3rd Annual Classic Car Show on June 24th, 2006.
“It’s back,” said Dwain Bruner, President of Bruner Motors, Inc., “and this year we’re going to make it bigger than ever.”
This year’s Car Show will be feature the same great line-up that has made it a fast growing event.
“We are really hoping to beat last year’s record of almost one hundred classic cars,” said Greg Bruner, General Manager of Bruner Motors, Inc., “and of course, feed more people.”
“We fed almost 1,000 people our first year, and we hope to keep it growing for the third year in a row,” said Dwain Bruner.
Not only will the Bruners be serving up hamburgers and classic cars, they’ll be serving up a break from the heat.
“Our tents debuted last year, and helped make our car show different from the rest,” said Greg Bruner, “the shelter from the heat makes our dealership a great venue for events like this.”
As in past years, this year’s event is a partnership between Bruner Motors and D&D Rockin’ Rods of Fort Worth, Texas. Run by Dale and Donna Wilson, they host car shows across Texas in an effort to raise money for the D&D Rockin’ Rods Christmas for the Kids program. The program helps provide Christmas gifts for underprivileged families in the Ft. Worth and surrounding areas.
This year’s program we’ll be expanded beyond just classic cars with the inclusion of the GM Rides, Vibes & Chrome Tour.
“The Chrome Tour will provide something for new car owners to go along with all the classic car activities,” said Dwain Bruner.
The GM Rides, Vibes & Chrome Tour consists of a large eighteen-wheeler display of special parts and accessories for new GM vehicles. The Chrome Tour will be at the dealership on Friday, June 23rd, and Saturday, June 24th.
“It’s really going to be something to see,” said Dwain Howell, Parts Manager of Bruner Motors, Inc., “Accessorizing your vehicle has become the hot thing these days, and this will provide a great way to see the different options you have. From sound systems to grille guards, this will show it all.”
It all comes down to one day in June, but the work on the celebration began months ago.
“It’s a lot of work to put on an event of this size, “said Greg Bruner,”but it’s worth it. It’s a chance for the community to bring their families and enjoy time together for a day. We think it’s a great way to celebrate 37 years doing business in Stephenville.”
Along with all the activities of the day, the Bruners are also planning on a special anniversary sale.
“You think we would pass up an opportunity like this for a sale?” asked Greg Bruner, “Dad would kill me if we didn’t have a big sale up our sleeve for the celebration.”
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