The Stafford Air and Space Museum is adding more bricks to its Path of Honor exhibit, featured right outside its entrance doors this spring.
“We are excited to be ordering more personalized bricks to our exhibit,” said Marketing Coordinator Brandi Rizzi. “We’ve had several orders this past week and we have enough to place an order and these bricks will be in and installed by spring. We are certainly happy to include more bricks before we place this order so people can have a chance to get their own bricks and see them installed this year.”
The museum has placed over 30 individual personalized bricks already including several with General Stafford’s name and his families. This past year, the museum called upon O.C. Roof, with Weatherford Construction Company, a SASM Corporate Member, to build the newly redesigned brick layout surrounding the Apollo Boilerplate.
“O.C. did an outstanding job building our walkway around the Boilerplate,” said Museum Director Max Ary. “The personalized bricks are now displayed in a clean, complete layout and really showcase the support from the members of the community.”
General Stafford, who owns several bricks in the exhibit, saw the layout last year on one of his visits to the museum. “It looks great and I appreciate everyone who has purchased a brick and encourage everyone to get one!”
Rizzi said she will be placing the second brick order by February 21.
“This is a great time to purchase a personalized brick at the museum. It is a fun way to be a part of the museum and contribute to one of our best attractions in our city. It would be wonderful to fill the exhibit with the names of Weatherford citizens showing our museum guests the great support we have from our community.”
Brick prices start at $40 and feature 3 different sizes of bricks. If you are interested in purchasing a brick, contact Rizzi at the museum at 772-5871. You can also find more information at the museum’s website www.staffordmuseum.com[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]