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  • Chad Hobbs

Flaherty Chevrolet unveils new look while embracing a long legacy

Updated: Dec 1, 2023



For anyone driving through Brandenburg Station over the last few months, it would be hard to miss the change taking place at the Chevrolet dealership there, especially in regard to the storefront and signage. On Friday morning, owners Travis and Rachel Flaherty along with the whole dealership team, invited the community to come in, take in the fresh new look and celebrate with them at a Grand Re-Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

Tony Brown Chevrolet has been the name on the sign for years, even after Brown decided to retire and long-time employee, Travis Flaherty, took over the reins. Now, however, the signage matches the family name that is now in the dealership's driver seat — Flaherty Chevrolet.

“I want to thank Tony and Amanda Brown,” Flaherty said before the ribbon cutting. “You gave me an opportunity so many years ago. You stood behind me, and you always had my back. If it wasn’t for them, we wouldn’t be here today.”

To which Brown, standing beside his wife, Amanda, quipped, “I’m glad he’s standing there, and I’m not,” which drew a chuckle from the large crowd that had gathered for the event.

Flaherty continued by adding, “Their family ran this dealership for over 50 years based on a foundation of hard work, honesty and a commitment to their community. We hope to uphold these principals, uphold their legacy and build a legacy of our own.”

After the ribbon was cut, attendees were invited to enjoy a coffee bar, including Peppermint Hot Chocolate, a beautiful table loaded with charcuterie selections from Bottom Boards and a dessert table with cookies from Emma Sues Cookie Company and a cake that showcased the new Flaherty Chevrolet logo. There were also signups for giveaways including a large, flat-screen TV and gift bags to boot. The TV was won by Crystal Fackler.





A look at the dealership when the signage and storefront were in the process of transitioning to Flaherty Chevrolet.


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