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Relationship between the AACA National Club Leadership and the AACA Museum

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January 2017 (Hershey, PA)

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. If you’re here it is likely you have some kind of vested interest in the relationship between the AACA and the AACA Museum. The Museum considers itself a proud member of the AACA family and we have not initiated or perpetrated any of the changes in this relationship. If you’re an AACA member, rest assured: THIS IS YOUR MUSEUM. We appreciate you and your support. The Museum insists in transparency regarding our current situation. It is important that you are aware of the TRUE FACTS, which contradict many of the rumors and outright misinformation. The Museum did not initiate this separation. We believe that after reading the information you will receive a full understanding and appreciation of the Museum’s efforts to continue and strengthen our joint relationship.
We hope the information provided below, which is divided into 3 sections, will help you understand the events leading up to the current problems we have experienced with the national leadership of the Antique Automobile Club of America over the last 2 and ½ years. We believe that after reading the information you will receive a full understanding and appreciation of the Museum’s efforts to continue and strengthen our joint relationship, despite the roadblocks thrown up by the Club along the way. These are the actual documents produced during the discussions.  Should you have any questions, please contact us.   Telephone:  717-566-7100     e-mail:  info@AACAMuseum.org

 

 

Click on each link below to view the corresponding document.

 

OFFERS from the Museum to the Club

doc-1-the-signed-and-executed-letter-of-intent-november-2015

doc-2-the-final-and-11th-offer-by-the-museum-october-4-2016

doc-3-list-of-all-11-rejected-offers-with-supporting-documents-from-sept-2015-to-oct-2016

doc 4 – background history and emails during the negotiation process from June 2014 to date

Recent Correspondence between the Museum and the Club

doc-5-letter-from-steve-moskowitz-to-don-schell-museum-board-member-october-19th-2016

doc-6-letter-from-dennis-beck-acting-museum-gm-responding-to-club-ed-october-24th-2016
doc-7-letter-from-bob-parrish-president-aaca-to-museum-october-31-2016-terminating-all-relationships-by-club
doc-8-letter-from-hank-hallowell-museum-president-to-aaca-club-november-22-2016

doc-9-letter-from-jeff-bliemeister-museum-ed-december-19-2016-concerning-hemmings-article

doc-10-letter-to-club-membership-december-29-2016

doc-11-open-letter-from-bill-smith-to-all-museum-board-member-former-club-ed-and-club-president-january-2017

Financial and Other Information

doc-12-chart-showing-museum-yearly-profit-results-from-forms-990-totalling-999563-for-the-last-5-years

Doc 13- Museum Form 990 for 2015. including page 8 Executive Directors 2015 Annual compensation of $108,769

doc-14-aaca-club-form-990-for-2014-including-page-8-executive-directors-2014-annual-salary-of-145000

doc 15- Discussion of Club support of $3 per member which was terminated by the Club on October 31st 2016.docx

doc-16-discussion-of-the-nature-and-responsibilites-of-a-non-profit-corporation

doc-17-pennsylvania-attorney-generals-handbook-for-charitable-non-profit-organizations

 

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