(PRLEAP.COM) TMC Pacific Modelworks Participates In National Business Aviation Association Convention Major Dutch Van Kirk Navigator Of Enola Gay To Make Appearance
PHOENIX – TMC Pacific Modelworks has announced they will showcase their handcrafted models at the 59th Annual National Business Aviation Association Meeting and Convention on Oct. 17-19 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. With more than one million square feet of floor space, the convention will house 1,000 exhibitors and feature over 100 aircraft including fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. This is the second year that TMC will be exhibiting, where they will showcase some 40 models of various sizes and genres at booth 3712. Major Dutch Van Kirk, navigator for the Enola Gay, the plane that dropped the first atomic bomb, will appear at the TMC exhibit to sign autographs and be available for photos and interviews. A raffle for a model of the Enola Gay signed by Major Dutch Van Kirk and General Paul Tibbetts, as well as a drawing for a ride for two on the Liberty Belle B-17 Bomber, will be held for attendees. Major Von Dutch will be joining TMC on Wednesday, Oct. 18 from 2-4 p.m.
“I am looking forward to participating in this convention,” said Graeme Warring, CEO of TMC Pacific Modelworks. “There will be a large number of attendees from around the country, and we are excited to display our unique and beautiful models, as well as introduce them to a true aviation legend.”
About TMC Pacific Modelworks:
Since its inception in 1988, TMC Pacific Modelworks, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, has been producing the world’s finest handcrafted, museum-quality military, civilian and airline display models. The current product line consists of airplanes, helicopters, ships, boats, sailboats, space shuttles and the newly launched maritime line. With more than 1,000 different models from which to choose, the collection includes a selection of private aircraft and airlines, as well as models from the World War I, World War II, Korean, Vietnam, and Persian Gulf eras. High-level workmanship, combined with the inherent appeal of the airplanes, make these aero-sculptures true works of art — all aircraft and paint schemes were selected for historical significance and authenticity. For more information, please call 800-950-9944 or visit the Web site at http://www.warplanes.com.