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ORMHOF invites your support as we work toward building our home within the National Automobile Museum. (The Harrah Collection)

The Board of Directors is pleased to be working with Susan Medville as a project manager. Medville is a successful museum designer, curator, and manager. Experienced in the role of taking a museum project from concept to completion, her expertise, energy, and experience are proving to be quite an asset as we develop the Hall of Fame and Museum.

Currently we are expanding our footprint in Gallery Four of the National Automobile Museum from 1,500 Square Feet to 3,000 Square Feet. The expansion includes wall graphics that highlight the ORMHOF inductees from 1978 through 2006, a computer driven informational kiosk providing background information and profiles of the inductees to the 100,000 plus ticket buyers who tour the National Automobile Museum annually, and documentation of the historic Off-Road vehicles currently on display.

Our home in Gallery Four is an evolutionary exhibit. The vehicles displayed are representative of a broad range of Off-Road Motorsports, achievement, diversity, and history. The visitor is presented with the most significant and unique examples from all segments of the off-road motorsports world. From Off-Road Racing to Recreational Four Wheeling. From Motorcycles to Sand Drag machines. The depth and scope of the information and vehicles found here is unequaled anywhere in the country.

As we continue our progress and growth, we are gratified by the support we have enjoyed. We have established a sound foundation of stability and quality. Yet for longevity, our mandate is to sustain that progress and growth in order that we continue to honor those unique indviduals who have had such a positive impact on Off-Road Motorsports.

We invite you to support the project. Please contact us at [email protected] to find out more details about the campaign.

 

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