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MOTORCYCLE HALLS OF FAME COMPLETE UNIFICATION AGRE
« on: November 20, 2004, 04:37:18 PM »

MOTORCYCLE HALLS OF FAME COMPLETE UNIFICATION AGREEMENT

PICKERINGTON, OHIO -- The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, located near
Columbus, Ohio, and the National Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, in
Anamosa, Iowa, have completed plans to consolidate their respective
halls-of-fame, inductees and procedures under the banner of the Motorcycle
Hall of Fame Museum.

As part of the agreement, the Iowa museum will change its name to the
National Motorcycle Museum, and all members of that museum's hall of fame
will be added to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Ohio. The two museums will
continue their own independent operations and management as they have in the
past, and continue to cooperate sharing motorcycles, memorabilia, art,
archived and exhibit material.

The joint announcement was made prior to the 2004 induction ceremony at the
Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, in Ohio.

For more information, contact Mark Mederski, Executive Director of the
Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, at (614) 856-2222; or Nancy Keedy of the
National Motorcycle Museum at (319) 462-3925.
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Re: MOTORCYCLE HALLS OF FAME COMPLETE UNIFICATION
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2004, 05:07:50 PM »

So what your'e saying is that J&P Cycles (the organization in Anamosa, IA) found a way to get extra advertising out of their new showroom/museum?
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Re: MOTORCYCLE HALLS OF FAME COMPLETE UNIFICATION
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2004, 05:22:14 PM »

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So what your'e saying is that J&P Cycles (the organization in Anamosa, IA) found a way to get extra advertising out of their new showroom/museum?

seems to be.......
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