Want To Get A First-Hand Look At How Airline Seats Are Made?

Airline geeks are interested in some of the oddest things.  I’ll admit, I fall firmly into this category.  When a friend of mine reached out about a fundraiser that involved a tour of the US Zodiac seat factory, I was definitely intrigued.  Here’s the deal:

Zodiac, one of the largest airplane seat manufacturers, is opening up their factory for a private tour.  This will be a small group of no more than a dozen or two.  And, you’ll get to tour the facility with two Medal of Honor recipients, Woody Williams & Hershey Miyamura.

There’s a $250 donation to help support the building of Gold Star memorials to recognize our military.  That seems like a pretty reasonable price to pay for an aviation geek to enjoy the experience.  Here are some more details from my friend Cliff, the organizer of the event:

The purpose of the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument is to honor Gold Star Families, preserve the memory of the fallen, and stand as a stark reminder that Freedom is not free.

To date there are 30 monuments, which have been dedicated, with 50 additional monuments in progress representing a total of 38 states in which we currently have a footprint.

For a donation of $250 we would like to offer this unique experience to a small number of people.

The events will take place on March 9th and 10th in Gainesville, Texas. 60 miles north of DFW.

March 9th

10:00 am A private tour of Zodiac Seats USA with Medal of Honor Recipient Woody Williams & Hershey Miyamura. Never open to the general public, here is your chance to see the production floor and how your seats are made.

 Noon VIP luncheon with Woody Williams & Hershey Miyamura.

7:00pm Reserved seating for Terry Bradshaw and Woody Williams special event.

 March 10th

Groundbreaking of the Gold Star Families Memorial at Leonard Park

To reserve your spot today, leave your name in comments and then you can pay for your spot via this link. 

For those who cannot attend but would still like to support our project any donation of $100 or more will receive a very special thank gift well worth the money! Use the same link above and add the word “Zodiac”

The Hershel “Woody” Williams Medal of Honor Foundation is 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

On a final note a very special thank you to our Flagship Sponsor American Airlines. Without their support the building of these great tributes to our fallen heroes and their families would not be possible.

For more information about our project and the Hershel Woody Williams Medal Of Honor Foundation, please visit our site. http://hwwmohf.org/gainesville-tx.html

The Final Two Pennies

I love to see American Airlines stepping up to be a sponsor of an event like this.  I haven’t formally committed to attending myself, but I really would like to be there if my schedule permits.  Hope to see you there!

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