Bailey Monument Company

Bailey Monument Company
Bailey Monument Company is listed in the Monuments category in Douglas, Georgia. Displayed below are the social networks for Bailey Monument Company which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Bailey Monument Company on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for Bailey Monument Company is:
2119 Broxton Rd
Douglas, GA 31533
(912) 384-9257

"Bailey Monument Company" - ZapScore Report

Bailey Monument Company has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that Bailey Monument Company has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Douglas, Georgia is 35 and in the Monuments category is 37. Learn more about ZapScore

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Social Posts for Bailey Monument Company

Bailey Monument & Vault Company shared The RIVERS Foundation's post.
Proud of you all, so glad we could sponsor this event.
Beautillion 2017

Proud to be working with such great people who have maintained a culture of excellence and will be caring for families for another 100 years. Keith Hawthorne

Bailey Monument & Vault Company with Keith Hawthorne and Jimmie Cone.
This is our new advertisement. Look for it in Okefenokee Magazine, Valdosta Magazine and Wayne County Magazine

Bailey Monument & Vault Company shared their photo.
As a youth of Muncie, Indiana, Bobby loved cars and going fast. Since he and his pals were too young to own or even drive a car, they made their own out of whatever they could find. One day while racing, a newspaper photographer took their picture and had an idea for a contest. He convinced his paper to sponsor a race. In 1933, 360 boys from that community raced down the hill and started what is today an American institution, the All American Soap Box Derby. Eighty years ago and at 11 years old, Bobby was the winner of that first championship race (a girl came in second, but that’s another story). Robert “Bobby” Turner passed away on this day in 1995 and made history with a car he made himself out of wood from a saloon bar. In my youth I was lucky enough to make cars with my father completely out of discarded and recycled parts and fortunate to live in a place where neighbors would let us commandeer the road for our own derby. Great memories and lessons learned.