AACA Museum Announes Brian Baker National Development Consultant
Hershey, PA (July 5, 2011). The AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) Museum, a World Class Automotive experience is pleased to announce, Brian Baker, Automotive Design Historian, Lifetime Automotive Professional and Car Design Educator has been retained. Brian will assume the role of National Development Consultant effective July 1, 2012.
In this role, he will expand the national visibility of the Museum while developing opportunities for individuals and institutions to share in the museum’s mission to celebrate, preserve, educate and display the role of the automobile in America. With more than 30 years as an automobile industry insider, a quarter century as a Designer at GM, and decades as a collegiate design educator, Brian is uniquely equipped to support our growth goals.
Mr. Baker will be attending major automotive events and will be available to present the AACA Museum’s perspective to groups and individuals. If you are interested in having Mr. Baker speak and share his insider’s view of the American automobile design process and history, contact Nancy Gates at the museum at (717) 556-7100 ext 123 or Brian at BBaker@aacamuseum.org
The Antique Automobile Club of America Museum, a member of the Smithsonian Institute Affiliations Program, displays beautifully restored automobiles, buses and motorcycles in unique life-like scenes representing the 1900’s – 1970’s in a cross-country journey from New York to San Francisco. The AACA Museum, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, is one of the nation’s newest and largest automotive museums. Special exhibits change several times a year and focus on a variety of eras and types of vehicles. The AACA Museum is located just off Route 39, one mile west of Hersheypark Drive in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Regular admission $10, seniors age 61 and older $9, juniors age 4-12 $7, children age 3 and under are FREE. The Museum is open daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and select evening hours during the summer months. For further information, please call 717-566-7100 or visit www.aacamuseum.org.