Always working. Occasionally you will see him drop by the plant to meet with his team but most of Bryan’s days are spent out on the farms. Bryan manages and tends to over 1,000 acres of table grapes under the Bedrosian Farms name. He certainly isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty, his shirt dirty or his truck dirty, something he learned from his late father, Ernest Bedrosian who founded National Raisin Company as well as the Raisin Bargaining Association. Bryan takes great pride in farming and it shows through his devotion and commitment to the trade. He appreciates the idea of being your own boss and having the freedom to set your own schedule.
Each year Bryan makes sure to schedule in a trip to Armenia. He visits his ancestral homeland to check in on Camp Bedrosian, a camp for children in Armenia that was started by the Bedrosian Family in 2004. Having grandchildren of his own, Bryan always makes family and the people he loves his first priority.