Brock Museum Continues To Draw Crowds To The Area

Written by: The Hilltops Phoenix


Mark Briggs plays host to 40 to 50 car club members from Orange with the help of Member for Cootamundra, Steph Cooke last week.

With 40 to 50 car club members crowded into his home after a visit to the Brock Museum, Mark Briggs ended up shoulder-to-shoulder with Member for Cootamundra, Steph Cooke as they brewed coffee for his guests.

The car club members travelled from Orange to visit the Brock Museum and Mark’s Pit Stop barbershop.

After a chat with Mark, Ms Cooke decided to attend the event, particularly as she had been present at the museum’s grand opening a few years ago.

She even gave a short address to the group, praising Mark’s efforts to invite more people into the local community.

The club said they would love to return for another visit to the museum and asked Mark about the possibility of a big car show, inviting all the car clubs around the region.

Mark said an event like that would really draw people into the community along with some nice tourism dollars.

After all, the Orange club enjoyed a meal at the Criton Motel in Young before fuelling up at local service stations and heading for home.

“I’m just trying to promote our town to get more into it,” Mark said.

“We want them back again.

“We are making a date for them to come back and will put a car show on at my place for the town to come out and see a great display.”

Passionate about his community, Mark has numerous ideas about how Young and surrounds could improve its appeal to tourists.



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