Austin Motel by luckylarue

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Austin Motel is located on south Congress, Austin Texas

The history of the Austin Motel and the land on which it stands is not a story of corporate success with multi-million dollar profits, high end stocks, explosive growth into franchises, and financial wizards at the helm. It is nevertheless a success story. It is a success story of ordinary human beings—average everyday folk with normal ups and downs, hardships and joys, and persistence to endure. It is a very human old fashioned grass roots story of families—of love for the land and for the community. It is a story of a small unique little home grown business that has survived well through several generations and over 65 years of continuous operation while experiencing both hard times and joyful good times. It is a story of connection with other people and satisfaction for what has been accomplished from personal hard work, “hands on” attention, and love. Everyone who has owned this property has been personally involved with the work and vision of building and maintaining it. Families have been integral to its operation. It has always involved a direct inter-relationship with the local community.

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  • virginian
    virginianalmost 4 years ago

    LOL. Like this. Looks good with the greenery. Check out the sign groups.

  • Thank you I will, it this the craziest sign seen or what LOL…. it has been around over 65 years and for as long as I can remember we have always called it the penis sign. LOL

    – luckylarue

  • Sassafras
    Sassafrasalmost 4 years ago

    HAHA…great sign. Love it!!
    Peace,
    sass

  • Leon A.  Walker
    Leon A. Walkeralmost 4 years ago

    Hahahaha! Nice capture Lucky!!!

  • Deborah Lazarus
    Deborah Lazarusalmost 4 years ago

  • greeneyedlady
    greeneyedladyover 3 years ago

    these little home grown businesses are rapidly dying out all across America, i’m afraid….it warms my heart to see one doing well!!

  • I know what you mean, I have seen Austin change a lot in the last 25 yrs. Thank you for stopping by and for the comments.

    – luckylarue

  • ellismorleyphto
    ellismorleyphto11 months ago

    3rd March 2014

    Congratulations This time we featured Signs in Black and White (Click for Permanent Gallery) Thank you for being a part of the group. ☺☺

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