|Hosted by the Revs Institute
Friends and colleagues, the joint conference of the National Association of Automobile Museums (NAAM) and World Forum for Motor Museums (WFMM) is at the Revs Institute in beautiful Naples, Florida from April 28 to May 1, 2021. The theme of the conference is The Future of the Past is Collaboration.
The Revs Institute, World Forum for Motor Museums, and National Association of Automobile Museums agreed to delay the joint auto conference until April 28-May 1, 2021. As you know, many events have been rescheduled because of the coronavirus situation. The delay ensures the health and safety of our staff, guests, and sponsors. In addition, we wanted to give the museums and venues enough time to begin their financial recovery. As much as possible, the conference will go on as planned, and the basic calendar and events will remain on schedule, just at the April-May dates. The new conference website (http://revs-wffmm-naam-2021.org) will provide updated information. If you already registered or had hotel reservations, you should have already received emails from the Revs Institute teams and the hotels about rescheduling. If you have any questions, please email Mark Vargas directly.
The conference hotels are generously and graciously keeping their rates the same, and the registration costs will also remain the same. The conference sponsors are fully supportive of the changed dates and they will be with us in April.
The new conference website https://revs-wffmm-naam-2021.org/ is online but without the daily schedule, and the Sched software is temporarily turned off. This gives the Revs team the necessary time to work with the speakers to make any necessary changes to the schedule.
Sponsors: Please visit our sponsors and support them whenever possible. They help keep the conference costs low for attendees.
Please email Mark Vargas at the Revs Institute for additional information. Mark will send out monthly reminders to WFMM members about the call for papers, registration, updates to special events, and hotel reservations. The entire Revs team is very excited to welcome friends and colleagues from the World Forum, and we look forward to seeing you in November 2020 in warm, sunny Florida.
About the Revs Institute:
The Revs Institute values the importance of preserving automobiles in their original, untouched and patinaed state. With few deliberately considered exceptions, the more than 100 automobiles in the Collier Collection, which is divided into four thematic galleries: Automobility, Vitesse, Revs and Porsche are fully operational and displayed free of protective barriers allowing visitors the most intimate access.
The Revs Institute is housed in a three story, 80,000 square foot building in sunny Naples, Florida. As stewards of some of the rarest automobiles and sports cars in the world, The Institute has taken extraordinary steps to ensure its collection remains viable for generations to come. Not only is the building pressurized but the air is twice filtered to minimize dust and other possibly harmful contaminants.