Exhibits Pride of the Highway: May 2017 - June 2018. This exhibit features Mack trucks outfitted with various sleeper cab configurations to highlight the evolution of trucks used for long-distance conveyance. The Mack LF, pictured below, is on loan to the museum through June 201, compliments of Floyd Kyes from Locke, NY. Museum Updates Dealer Membership Program The museum established a Dealer Membership Program this year as an opportunity for Mack dealers to financially support the museum in preserving the Mack legacy. Information on joining the Dealer Membership Program and member benefits can be found on Mack Trucks Dealer Portal. Thank you to the following dealers who have become Charter members and are recognized in the museum for all visitors to see! Platinum Gold Silver Nuss Truck & Equipment Brunch Truck Group Affinity Truck Center Tri-State Truck Center Nortrux Browns Hunterdon Watt's Truck Center Fresh Ellison Truck Mack TransEdge Truck Center Center Baltimore Truck Center Vanguard Truck Center McDevitt Trucks Tidewater Mack Gainsville Truck Center Shealy Truck Center Nextran Truck Center Virginia Truck Center Legacy Truck Center Top Dog Donors 2017 We would like to extend our gratitude to the Top Dog Donors through October, 2017. It's not too late to become a Top Dog Donor and get your name on a Bulldog plaque in the museum lobby! For information about how to donate to the museum, please refer to out website or contact the museum. Maxidyne Econodyne Magnadyne David Kline, D&D Truck Irv Good Matt Pfahl, Pfahl's Repair J&E Trucking Restoration Robert L. Greene Daniel and Lisa Snavley Eddie Jappell Pictured left is the Mack AC with our new big screen and interactive "Then and Now" display. Pictured right is the Mack bus resting comfortably in its new display. Important Dates: The museum will be closed: December 25th through January 2nd Preservationist Nominations: Contact the museum for application and guidelines. We need your help! Donor Appreciation Luncheon: April 2018 Trucktoberfest 2017 Trucktoberfest was a huge success once again, with 120 antique trucks and over 400 people in attendance. A big thank you to all who attended for making this year's Trucktoberfest successful. We look forward to seeing you next year! Trucktoberfest 2017 went off with a bang - good weather, good friends, beautiful trucks! Collections Assessment Program The museum was awarded a Collections Assessment Program grant that funded assessors to review our collection, storage, and procedures. Recommended changes include adjusting our collection storage, proper lighting, adequate shelving, controlled environment in storage areas, and more. Financial support received by the museum will go directly to these vital improvements to preserve the condition of the museum's collection. The Mack museum survives on contributions, and we greatly appreciate any and all financial assistance.