The Museum depends on many volunteers to keep operations going.  These dedicated individuals have spent countless hours to ensure that future generations know about the history of their industry.  Ruth Landau, Museum Board Member, have been a volunteer for more than 10 years.  Landau understands the importance of preserving the past.  She remembers when her father built a museum in Volusia County, Florida.  “History is a big thing in my family,” Landau said.  “I joined the Museum because of the history my father poured into me.  Museums are about our past.  “I could sit in the Museum all day just soaking it all in.  I want to preserve the past so our kids know what is going on in this industry.”  Landau, who with her husband Glenn, owns and operates Fryer’s Towing in Daytona Beach, promotes the Museum every chance she gets, carrying and distributing membership forms whenever she travels and at tow shows.  She is grateful for the many fundraisers that benefit the Museum, the Survivor Fund, and the Wall of the Fallen.  Landau encourages anyone who wants to help to contact the Museum.  “The Museum is a big part of my heart and I want people to be aware of what it means to the industry and future generations.”

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