Who Do You Want to Honor?
The Manufacturing Ledger offers people a truly unique platform for sharing their story or recognizing a family member, friend, employer, colleague, educator, or mentor when a contribution is made to the American Precision Museum.
Honoring People and Progress of Manufacturing
The Manufacturing Ledger is a new fundraising initiative and digital exhibit at the American Precision Museum designed as a permanent record of machine tool and manufacturing industry leaders, award winners and individuals who have contributed to their industry and in doing so to the betterment of society. The stories we are recording include those of manufacturers, machine tool builders, machine tool distributors, educators and industry advocates.
Each person recognized will have a dedicated page that includes their profile picture, career history, industry awards earned, and pictures that help document their career in manufacturing. In addition, there is an opportunity to contribute a quote that shares what inspired them to follow a career in manufacturing to help inspire the next generation of innovators.
Make a Difference
Support the American Precision Museum with a recommended tax-deductible gift of $500 today or give $250 for two consecutive years. You choose!
We thank you for your contribution and are excited to offer you Friends of the Museum benefits that include:
- National Association of Reciprocal Museum membership
- Free entrance to the museum
- Free behind the scenes tour with executive director by appointment
- Recognition for their company onsite at the museum and in annual report
- A gift machined by APM interns (subject to availability)
Share a Manufacturing Story
IT IS SIMPLE! To add your story or the story of someone you want to recognize to the Manufacturing Ledger historical archive, CHOOSE YOUR GIFT on the form to the right. Once you submit this form, you will be prompted to ANSWER A FEW QUESTIONS. Once completed, you will submit the answers to the American Precision Museum and a profile will be created and incorporated into the Manufacturing Ledger exhibit for all to enjoy.
Help preserve American Manufacturing history. Share a story today!
If you have questions or want to speak to someone at the museum, please Contact us.