If you’re into watches and clocks you should be a member of the NAWCC. That’s my first message. As for my second message, I’m currently in the running to become an NAWCC director and my goal is to help the organization reach a much wider audience. The group, besides being a great place to meet other horology freaks, is dedicated to education and outreach and they offer a number of excellent workshops, a museum, and a nice horology library. Members also get in free at multiple science centers across the nation, so that’s a big plus. They also produce a beautiful magazine every month.
I would like to join the board and would love your support. You can read my statement here and you’ll be able to vote this winter. If you’re a member, pop in and send me message about your experiences with the org. If you’re not a member, become one. Seriously.
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