PHOTO: Texas fan's billboard calls Mack Brown a 'Class Act'
Reagan Advertising to put up four billboards celebrating Mack Brown's 16-season tenure.
The Austin American-Statesman reported Thursday on Bill Reagan, president of Reagan Advertising and a Texas Longhorns season ticket holder who wanted to show some appreciation for departing coach Mack Brown. And when you own a series of billboards ... well, why not put this up alongside U.S. Route 183 in Austin?
The billboard is one of four Reagan will put up, other of which will include the same image and say "Thank You." Given the usual use of billboards where coaches and their team's fans are concerned, the gesture seems particularly classy.
Photo via Chris Bennett
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