Brevard County Sheriff Livin’ the ‘Dream Machine’
By SpaceCoastDaily // September 23, 2012
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Marc and Shanon Parker, and the team from Parker Brothers Concepts from the hit new TV show “Dream Machines,” donated a one of a kind, futuristic motorcycle complete with blue lights and siren to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.
The motorcycle, which is valued at more than $50,000, will be used by the Sheriff’s Office in various crime prevention programs and community events to initiate conversations between deputy sheriffs and children about a variety of public safety issues.
The motorcycle is fully electric and is capable of exceeding speeds of 100 mph.
“We are blessed as a community that Parker Brothers Concepts decided to relocate to Brevard County,” said Brevard County Sheriff Jack Parker.
“One of the very first things they did after opening their new building was to start finding ways to benefit the Brevard community.”
Since creating Parker Brothers Concepts, the sibling duo and their talented team have built a variety of vehicles. And now they’ve taken their imaginations to the next level for their new Syfy reality series – “Dream Machines.” Tune in as this daredevil crew pushes the limits with fast, powerful and original machines that will blow your mind.
“These guys are unbelieveable,” said Joe Ambrose, Sheriff’s Office South Precinct Commander. “If you can think of it, they can build it. The fact that they are right here in Brevard County is a great thing. Anyone or any business wanting something truly custom built should think Parker Brothers.”