US Philanthropist and Owner of Stoller Family, Bill Stollers, has purchased the property in Oregon surrounding the Aviation and Space Museum.
According to the details released by the Globe News Wire, the acquisition of the property by Stoller also included Space Museum Building, which will be leased to a non-profit organization, Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, which will use the facility for the preservation of aviation industry.
The property purchased by the Stoller is located in the McMinnville, Oregon, which is located 45-minute Southwest Portland.
The Owner of Stoller Family Biller Stoller said on the occasion, “Growing up in a small rural community, I have a deep desire to further the economic vitality of my hometown so that future generations have opportunities to thrive.
“The Wings & Waves Waterpark and the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum are unique assets to Oregon, and I’m pleased that we can continue their mission and advance the destination as a prime economic driver in Yamhill County.” Stoller added.
Sharing his thoughts over the land acquisition, the Executive Director of the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum, Johan Rasmussen said, “The landlord owned property has been in bankruptcy several times in the last five years.
“Bill Stoller’s vision is to be a partner in the economic future of Yamhill County. His decision to acquire the property supports a broader goal for economic development and sustainability for the Museum, which benefits his hometown of Dayton, as well as the community of McMinnville where the campus is located.” Rasmussen further added.