John’s auto part manufacturer, Bryan’s AutoParts, was founded in 1997 by two brothers who were both college graduates and had previously worked in the auto industry.
Their father, Mike Bryan, is a former president of Chrysler Automotive Group.
He died in 2009.
The Bryan brothers, who were avid motorcyclists, were attracted to the auto repair business after hearing about the auto parts business and decided to open their own auto parts manufacturer, which eventually grew into Bryan’s auto repair division.
The company’s main product line was the John’s Jeep and Dodge Ram pickup truck, but it expanded into the larger Jeep and Ram pickup trucks and later into the Jeep Wrangler.
In 2014, John’s was acquired by Toyota, which now has more than 2,600 employees in over 40 countries.
Bryan’s was also an early investor in the car-buying website Craigslist.
The brothers founded Bryan’s in 1997 with the goal of helping consumers get the most out of their hard-earned money.
The new company has made a name for itself as a premier supplier of high-quality auto parts and accessories.
In the early days of the company, Bryan worked as a sales representative for the auto supply company General Motors.
At one point, the brothers worked for a company called General Auto Parts.
The brother’s father, who died in 2011, was a top executive in General Motors, and he oversaw the business side of the auto business.
Bryan was a longtime investor in General Automotive.
The business was sold in 2008 to the Chinese conglomerate Dongfeng Group for $1.3 billion.
In a 2015 interview with CNBC, Bryan said he believed General Motors would be profitable in the long run.
But when General Motors announced it would be laying off workers in 2018, the company announced it was also going to cut jobs, including Bryan’s, to make up for lost revenue.
At the time, Bryan was on the board of directors of the Automotive Industry Association, which represents the auto manufacturers and dealers.
Bryan told CNBC that he had no involvement in the decision to lay off workers, and that he was “not going to be part of that.”
“It was not my business, and I don’t have any interest in it,” Bryan said.
“I’m not going to play that part.
It was a company decision, and it’s my decision.
I’m not involved.”
In response to the layoffs, John Bryan told The Washington Post in a statement, “We are working closely with John and his team to find solutions and accelerate their business.
The employees we lost are the heart and soul of Bryan’s company, and we are devastated by the loss of their talent.”