Stuckey’s Fan Donates Scale Model to Eastman
EASTMAN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A model of Stuckey’s roadside store is where it belongs — in Eastman.
Brad Moore spent 60 days constructing the remarkable piece of art using plastic, glass, cardboard and whatever he could get his hands on.
“I couldn’t think of a better more appropriate permanent home for the model than the Chamber of Commerce in Eastman where Stuckey’s was born at,” Moore said.
He flew across the country to donate the model first-hand.
Charles Williams, a resident of Eastman for 60 years said Moore’s attention to detail was incredible.
“Any of us that lived in Eastman would make it our business just like everyone across the country, that if you were going somewhere you’d go to the Stuckey stores.
The model will reside at the Chamber in Eastman, where Stuckey’s was originally founded in 1937.
For more information about Stuckey’s or its history visit http://www.stuckeys.com/.