B and R Event Rentals

Tagline:
YOUR ONE-STOP LOCATION FOR ALL YOUR WEDDING, EVENT, AND RENTAL NEEDS.

Description:
Brooks and Reid Event Rentals is a full-service wedding/event rental company serving Eastern North Carolina and beyond. We specialize in pristine customer service, southern hospitality with a modern twist. We offer tent rentals, chair rentals, table rentals and so much more to make your wedding event or corporate event turn your vision into a memorable occasion through flawless execution. Our goal is to make every event a dream come true experience.

Hours:

Timezone: (GMT-04:00) America/New_York

Monday

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Tuesday

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Wednesday

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Thursday

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Friday

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Saturday

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Sunday

12:00 am - 12:00 am

Business Name:
B and R Event Rentals

Address:
3127 US Hwy 301
Selma 27576
United States

Phone:
919-635-0022

Website:
https://www.rentals-brooksandreidevents.com/

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About Selma

Selma may refer to: == Places == Selma, Algeria Selma, Nova Scotia, Canada Selma, Switzerland, village in the GrisonsUnited States: Selma, Alabama, city in Dallas County, best known for the Selma to Montgomery marches Selma, Arkansas Selma, California, city in Fresno County Selma, Colorado Selma, Indiana, town in Delaware County Selma, Iowa Selma, Kansas Selma, Louisiana Selma, Michigan Selma, Mississippi Selma, Missouri Selma, North Carolina, town in Johnston County Selma, Ohio Selma, Oregon, unincorporated community in Josephine County Selma, South Carolina Selma, Texas, a city in Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe counties Selma, Virginia Selma Township (disambiguation), various == Historic buildings == Selma Union Depot, a train station and museum in Selma, North Carolina Selma (Eastville, Virginia), a plantation house listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Selma (Leesburg, Virginia), a mansion and former plantation property Selma (Winchester, Virginia), home of Virginia Senator James M. Mason, destroyed by Union troops in 1863. A subsequent more modest home on the same site still uses the name.