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[b]National Aviation Hall of Fame Enshrinement Locations[/b]
[i]The Board of Trustees announce future sites of the "Oscar Night of Aviation"[/i]
The Board of Trustees of the National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) are pleased to announce the site selections of Washington, DC in 2018, Denver, Colorado in 2019 and Dayton, Ohio in 2020. The nearly unanimous vote by the Board reaffirms the Board's strategy of expanding the National Aviation Hall of Fame brand to a national audience.
The Class of 2018 will be inducted in late September in Washington, D.C. Chairman Michael Quiello says, "The Washington D.C. area is very easy to travel to and has outstanding accommodations and venues. Our induction ceremony will certainly attract senior industry leaders in both the private and government sectors. As a national organization, it is an honor and privilege to be inducting the Class of 2018 in our nation's capital."
"We are also proud to announce that the Class of 2019 will be inducted at the Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Denver, CO," reports President David Brixey. Brixey adds, "We have yet to take our brand to the western U.S. and feel that Denver's aerospace-rich environment is ideal for us to share our mission in another exciting market."
Executive Director Amy Spowart adds, "Our goal is that by 2020 our Learning Center, which is visited by over a quarter of a million visitors a year and is co-located with the National Museum of the United States Air Force, will have been completely renovated and revitalized with updated content, improved state-of-the art interactives and sponsored galleries. This would make Dayton the ideal location for a magnificent Homecoming Enshrinement event and a grand unveiling of our new Learning Center."
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