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Fred Ouweleen, PacMin CEO, has signed on to be a crewmember during the 75th anniversary flight of the D-Day Doll to Normandy, France. The historic event will span over 6,500 miles one-way and culminate with special events in Normandy from May 26 to June 10.

The C-53, known as D-Day Doll, is managed by the Inland Empire Wing of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving these magnificent and historic aircraft. Since 2016, PacMin has been a proud supporter of the CAF.

In all, forty iconic aircraft, including three from Southern California and fifteen from across the U.S., will travel to Normandy in tribute to those who served in our armed forces and changed history on D-Day, June 1944. D-Day Doll’s journey will begin in Riverside, California on May 6, 2019 and will stop at the following cities:

  • Tucson, Arizona, USA
  • Amarillo, Texas, USA
  • Columbus, Ohio, USA
  • Waterbury, Connecticut, USA
  • Bangor, Maine, USA
  • Goose Bay, Canada
  • Narasasuaq, Greenland
  • Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Wick, Scotland
  • Duxford, England
  • Normandy, France
  • Berlin, Germany

The return trip passes through the same North Atlantic stops and will land at Oshkosh, Wisconsin for EAA Air Venture 2019 before returning home through Amarillo, Texas.On behalf of the CAF, PacMin is looking for sponsors to help get the D-Day Doll ready. Custom sponsorships are available including a chance to join as a passenger aboard the D-Day Doll.For route maps of D-Day Doll’s flight or for more information about how to get involved in this historic journey, visit https://www.inlandempirecaf.com/ddaydoll.

PacMin continues its support of All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation and their work in art education at Art Auction XXIV. The event is held every spring in Fullerton. (more…)

PacMin is proud to return as a sponsor for All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation’s Art Auction XXIII at the Fullerton Museum Plaza. This year marks the 23rd annual art auction and features paintings, ceramics, and other artwork created by local artists as well as students in the All the Arts program. (more…)