Press Release (ePRNews.com) - RENO, Nev. - Oct 29, 2018 - The National Automobile Museum has announced its next topic for the Second Thursday Talks will feature a discussion on the revolutionary Ford Model A, a popular automobile amongst the Hollywood Elite.
It will be held on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, 1:30 – 2 p.m., in the Museum’s Theatre. Enjoy a 30-minute talk, Q&A, refreshments and a unique piece of history.
Cost: Free to Museum members. Included with paid admission. Otherwise, $5 per person to attend the talk.
Talk: Ford Model A – Revolutionary and Coveted by Hollywood’s Elite
Speaker: Presented by Museum Docent Terry Nielsen
The National Automobile Museum is filled with historic cars with intriguing backgrounds, in particular, the Ford Model A. The Model A was well represented in media of the era since it was one of the most popular cars. This talk will highlight the rich and well-traveled journey of the Ford Model A.
Speaker: Terry Nielsen is a docent at the National Automobile Museum and the founder/CEO of Nielsen & Associates located in Reno, working as a consultant and broker to many Fortune 500 companies in the meat, grocery and bakery industries. Automobiles, trucks, motorcycles and boats have always been a true passion to Terry, and the Meat Industry provided the resources to enjoy his passion.
About The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection)
One of America’s Top 10 Automobile Museums, the National Automobile Museum showcases more than 200 remarkable automobiles. It features theatre presentations and audio tours in English and Spanish through 100,000 square-feet of galleries, exhibits and vibrant street scenes and accompanying artifacts that bring displays to life. The museum is a dynamic and popular venue for special events as intimate as 60 and as large as 1,200 guests. It also features the Nevada Space Center, home of the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada. For more information, visit www.automuseum.org.
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Mon. – Sat.: 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sun.: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Adults $12 Source :
Seniors $10 (62 and older)
Junior $8 (6 to 18 years old)
Children Free (5 and younger)
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