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Mobile Bucks Sign comes to Bristol Borough

As a continuation of the sign of the times for Bristol Borough, the Visit Bucks County Sign arrived in Tuesday morning at the Mill Street Crossing.

The mobile attraction traveled from Shady Brooks Farms, where it visited for the Fall season  to its now temporary home at the intersection of Mill St and Pond Streets.

Onlookers braved the cold to watch as the sign was lowered into place, including Councilman Michael Gorman (West Ward) and Raising the Bar’s Bill Pezza.

The sign is in two sections totaling 32 feet long with each section weighing 1200 pounds and was purchased in 2018,  said Visit Bucks County Communications Coordination, Jenna Scull.

The whole purpose is to promote locations in the county, take photos, and post them to social media with the #EXPLOREINBUCKSCO, Scull said.

Its an honor for the borough to have the sign come here, said Pezza.

Officials said the sign would be in Bristol for the immediate future, with no specific date for it to be moved to its next location,

Image Credit: Jeff Bohen, Lower Bucks Source

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Mobile Bucks Sign comes to Bristol Borough

As a continuation of the sign of the times for Bristol Borough, the Visit Bucks County Sign arrived in Tuesday morning at the Mill Street Crossing.

The mobile attraction traveled from Shady Brooks Farms, where it visited for the Fall season  to its now temporary home at the intersection of Mill St and Pond Streets.

Onlookers braved the cold to watch as the sign was lowered into place, including Councilman Michael Gorman (West Ward) and Raising the Bar’s Bill Pezza.

The sign is in two sections totaling 32 feet long with each section weighing 1200 pounds and was purchased in 2018,  said Visit Bucks County Communications Coordination, Jenna Scull.

The whole purpose is to promote locations in the county, take photos, and post them to social media with the #EXPLOREINBUCKSCO, Scull said.

Its an honor for the borough to have the sign come here, said Pezza.

Officials said the sign would be in Bristol for the immediate future, with no specific date for it to be moved to its next location,

Image Credit: Jeff Bohen, Lower Bucks Source

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