Your help is needed in order to build the AACA Library and Research Center

Richard Lentinello Jul 24 2019

Rendering of the proposed AACA Library. Images courtesy of the AACA.

Hershey, Pennsylvania, will soon be home to what very well may be the world’s largest and most significant collection of automotive literature. The Antique Automobile Club of America is about to start construction on their new library and research center, a state-of-the-art facility that will be open to all members of the AACA to use and enjoy.

The costs to build such a structure is considerable, yet in order to ensure all future generations will have access to our automotive past via company-issued brochures, catalogs, sales literature, books, magazines and photographs, it is vital this facility be built.

The AACA recently stated: “….this is the most important undertaking since the founding of our club and it will establish AACA as “THE” permanent safe harbor for the preservation of worldwide automobile history and all that goes with serving the passion we share. Most importantly, it’s about people and the continuance of our AACA family.”

As always is the case with building projects for non-profit organizations, financial assistance is required to guarantee that the construction of the AACA Library & Research Center will come to fruition. They need our help.

To donate to this worthy project please send your donation to: AACA, 501 W. Governor Road, Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033. If you prefer to donate via a credit card please call 717-534-1910, or you have the option to pay online via PayPal – just go to the club’s homepage at AACA.org.

Any and every donation will be greatly appreciated, and on behalf of the AACA, we thank you.

SOURCE: HEMMINGS

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