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Robert Pearlman
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posted 12-02-2010 10:32 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Robert Pearlman   Click Here to Email Robert Pearlman     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Space Center Houston release
Space Center Houston is proud to introduce Walkway to the Stars

You can now etch a personalized message into a brick that will be installed in Space Center Houston's grand plaza. Whether you purchase a brick to honor a loved one or to commemorate a special event, your tribute will be viewed by millions of guests from around the world for the years to come.

Save 20% when you place your order before December 31st, 2010! Proceeds from the program will go to the Manned Space Flight Education Foundation, Inc. to continue its mission of inspiring the next generation of space explorers.

Three lines of text, up to 16 characters per line, is $199.95 per brick. You also have the option of ordering an additional brick as a gift or display for just $49.95.

Robert Pearlman
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Space Center Houston hosts Gene Kranz to kick off Walkway to the Stars

Space Center Houston, the official visitors center for NASA's Johnson Space Center and legendary flight director Gene Kranz hosted the official launch of the Walkway to the Stars commemorative brick program on Tuesday, Dec. 21.

Surrounded by an audience of brick owners and visitors, Kranz spoke briefly about the history of the space program and importance of inspiring the next generation of explorers. He then joined Space Center Houston CEO and President Richard Allen to reveal the first 100 bricks installed in the Grand Plaza.

Robert Pearlman
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Some of the notable names inscribed on the Walkway...

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