Winston Cup Museum could reopen this month; owner plans to stage special events

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Bruce Bulling's Winston Cup Museum. (David Rolfe/Journal)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The owner of the Winston Cup Museum plans to reopen the facility this month, according to The Winston-Salem Journal.

Will Spencer is working to hire two employees and then reopen the museum. He also has plans to hold special events like car shows and weddings at the 1-acre site near downtown Winston-Salem.

The museum opened in May 2005 at 1355 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. It closed in December.

Spencer, the president of JKS Motorsports Inc., established the museum to commemorate 33 years of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.’s sponsorship in NASCAR. RJR, through its Winston brand, sponsored NASCAR’s top series from 1971 through 2003.

Read full story: The Winston-Salem Journal

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