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National Museum of the USMC- Traveling Showcase of Marine Memoirs

A&A Transfer, Inc. had the honor of transporting a traveling exhibit for the National Museum of the United States Marine Corps to six venues around the nation. With each exhibit destination came different delivery and pickup times…not to mention, different time zones. "While it was imperative for us to travel to each location on time, the safety of the cargo was even more sensitive. The cargo included irreplaceable, historical artifacts such as Marine Corps artwork and photographs," said Account Executive, Robert Weaver. With zero careless errors, A&A Transfer continuously loaded and unloaded this exhibit to each destination successfully for Americans around the country to enjoy.

VENUE #1- A&A Transfer drove the exhibit from Dulles, VA to Norfolk, VA on April 27th, 2011. The exhibit was delivered to the Scope Arena where it was premiered as a part of the Virginia International Tattoo event.The Virginia International Tattoo describes itself as a “world-class international event that will honor our nation’s military, celebrate Americans freedom and patriotism, educate youth, attract visitors to Hampton Roads, strengthen international relations and enhance the quality of life for people in Hampton Roads.” Watch the event trailer.

VENUE #2- On May 1st, 2011, A&A Transfer picked up the USMC exhibit from the Scope Arena and began the trip to Pensacola, Florida.The trip was carefully planned in order to protect the freight safekeeping while preventing tardiness, and were able to deliver the exhibit for the National Naval Aviation Museum in the morning on May 4th as scheduled.The exhibit was displayed in Hangar Bay1 as a temporary exhibit for three days during Aviation Week, in which the Museum was celebrating a Centennial of Naval Aviation.

VENUE #3- Close to one week later, A&A Transfer picked up the exhibit from Explus Inc, and traveled straight to Dover Downs International Raceway in Dover, Delaware on May 12th.Here at Dover Downs, the exhibit was displayed during NASCAR’s Monster Mile.This exhibit was as a part of the USO Military Expo Village, which displayed different branches of the US Armed Forces.The Expo was the largest military display ever to be featured on a NASCAR track.

VENUE #4- On May 16th, A&A and the US Marine Corps exhibit proceeded to the Joint Service Open House Air Show at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. From there, the exhibit traveled to FedEx Field to be a static exhibit during the free event open to the public until May 23rd.

VENUE #5- Once the Air Show was over, A&A picked up the exhibit and took it to straight to Federal Hall located on Wall Street, NYC.Federal Hall is an infamous mark to the United States; where George Washington took his oath of office as the first President.The first Congress, Supreme Court, and Executive Branch offices were also here at Federal Hall.The Marine Corps exhibit was displayed during New York City’s Fleet Week where the city celebrates the Sea Services.

VENUE #6- Finally, this traveling exhibit made its last destination from Dulles, VA to St. Louis, MO for Marine Corps Week.Here it will be showcased each day during the entire week.

For more information about the traveling exhibit watch the Marine Corps week video.


NICoE - A Project for Our Heroes
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are a reality of war. Treatment or a treatment facility for these very real problems however, has not always been easy to come by. Which is partly why A&A was thrilled to be asked to contribute their services to the most recent project... a project which was privately funded and provides hope to our heroes.

“The NICoE project was a great fit for us because it required flexibility... meaning they needed a partner who could handle multiple facets of the plan, like receiving, storing, delivering and installing the furnishings. Also, in more complicated and time constrained situations like this, where you have multiple vendors coming and going at a facility... it requires each vendor to multi-task and operate quickly and efficiently. Having the internal support and extra storage here at A&A made a big difference.” —Bruce Singer, Sales Manager

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) is a privately funded facility that was recently constructed near the Bethesda Naval Medical Center. This new facility will focus exclusively on traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder and other psychological health issues. A recent article featured on smartplanet.com explains more. For more information on the Fallen Heroes Fund visit: http://www.fallenheroesfund.org/Home.aspx


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