Most people don’t know Christopher Columbus cruised around in a ’92 Pinto. Befittingly, LeMay – America’s Car Museum (ACM) is giving visitors with “Chris” in their first or last name a chance to sail through the museum for half-price on Columbus Day.
“Christopher Columbus and automobiles…now that’s American,” said Scot Keller, ACM chief marketing and communications officer. “So if you’re a Chris, Christina, Chrissie, Christine or Christian, Monday’s a great chance to discover our museum at a special price. Adults get half off and kids (ages 12 and under) get in free.”
Participants of all ages are required to show a form of identification (driver’s license, student ID, library card, etc.) before exploring the museum’s exhibits, which include the Cars of Harold LeMay, Ferrari in America, British Invasion of the ‘60s, Indy Racing, Classic Car Era and other treasures.
For more information about America’s Car Museum, visit www.lemaymuseum.org.
About America’s Car Museum (www.lemaymuseum.org)
State Farm Presents LeMay – America’s Car Museum, which opened June 2, 2012 in downtown Tacoma, Wash., explores how the automobile has fulfilled a distinctive role at the core of the American experience and shaped our society. The spacious Museum with rotating exhibits is designed to be the centerpiece for automotive history as well as an educational center and library. The campus, located adjacent to the Tacoma Dome, also contains a 3.5-acre show field, theatre, café, banquet hall and meeting facilities. To get information on museum hours, becoming an ACM member, volunteer opportunities or to make a donation, visit www.lemaymuseum.org.
Information provided by: Eric Garner, PCGCampbell