Sunday, June 24, 2012

A Happy Anniversary!

Today is truly a banner day for Museum Explorer!  Yes, we've had many of those lately, having just come back from a successful trip to the Smithsonian Museum... but today is all the more special because it marks 10 YEARS of Museum Explorer!!  In an article Rich wrote for Museum Magazine, "How Will Museums Label the Future?" (around the time when we started the company), he suggested as an answer to the titular question that "experimentation might lead to surprising results."  TEN years ago today, we started this company to make that happen, and about a week ago today, we presented one of our carts to the Smithsonian Affiliates at the Smithsonian Museum... 

In celebration of our anniversary, we wanted to share thoughts and well wishes from some of our customers. MANY THANKS to all of you for your support, and to everyone, including our family, friends, colleagues, and clients who have helped us make it to ten years.  Here is to 10 more years of experimentation--and success!!

"For the last ten years Rich has developed Museum Explorer with a process of a        continued cycle of improvement. He has gradually added people to complement his skills as he learned more about his clients needs so that Museum Explorer can now offer a wide array of services. The company combines the best of the commercial sector with a deep knowledge of museums."
Peter Crabbe
Director of Exhibitons & Design
DuPage Children's Museum

"Congratulations! 10 years and working for the Smithsonian as an anniversary gift. Awesome!"
Peggy Martin
Director of Exhibits, Graphics & Publications
Lincoln Park Zoo

"I absolutely LOVE working with Museum Explorer.  Over the last 8 years we have worked on many projects together, from very big to very small. The size of the project never matters - Rich and his team bring the highest level of expertise and creative thinking to EVERY SINGLE project. Congratulations on 10 great years!"

Eden Juron Pearlman
Executive Director
Evanston History Center 

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