Windermere Celebrates With The Palm Springs Air Museum

Windermere Holiday Event at Palm Springs Air Museum
Windermere representatives receive a plaque as a Top Gun Sponsor of the Palm Springs Air Museum. From left to right: Bryan Arnold, Managing Broker of Windermere Palm Springs South; Jerry Rip, PS Air Museum Business Development; David Cantwell, Managing Broker of Windermere Palm Springs Main

 

Windermere agents are known for giving back to their communities, and they welcomed the holiday season with a premier event at the Palm Springs Air Museum at 745 N. Gene Autry Trail in Palm Springs. Home to one of the largest collections of flying World War II vintage airplanes, a rotating display of classic vehicles from the Robert Pond collection, and massive murals by nationally acclaimed local artist Stan Stokes, the famed Palm Springs Air Museum enters its fifteenth year as a world class attraction inspiring respect, memories and awe in visitors of every age.   

Windermere Real Estate is a Corporate Sponsor of the Palm Springs Air Museum. Saturday night’s celebration was a thank you from Windermere management to its agents and administrative support across the Coachella Valley. The event offered the opportunity to enjoy the historic aircraft and other WWII-era museum attractions, while having the chance to greet the holidays with other members of the Windermere family. Guests enjoyed light snacks and danced to live music, some wearing outfits and accessories inspired by World War II-era fashion.   

“Windermere people are the finest, hardest working folks anywhere,” said Bob Deville, co-owner of Windermere Real Estate Coachella Valley. “Not only do they work tirelessly throughout the year to ensure the finest real estate experience for our clients; they contribute huge amounts of time, effort and money to a broad spectrum of community services. This event gave us a perfect opportunity to show our appreciation for their dedication while at the same time supporting the Palm Springs Air Museum.”    

Adding to the evening’s pitch-perfect atmosphere was the classic Palm Springs weather; the Museum’s giant hangar doors were left open and guests strolled in and out amidst the classic planes as music from the live band drifted through the celebration.  “It would be hard to imagine a more ideal setting anywhere in the country for a museum of this caliber,” said Bob Bennion, co-owner of Windermere Real Estate Coachella Valley. “The generation of Americans who built and flew these planes deserves our complete respect and gratitude. Windermere is proud to be a sponsor of the Palm Springs Air Museum, and we all appreciated the opportunity to celebrate the holidays together in such a historic environment.”  Dick Clark, President of the Palm Springs Air Museum noted, “Our corporate sponsors are invaluable in helping the Museum fulfill its mission.”  To learn more about the Palm Springs Air Museum, visit palmspringsairmuseum.org.

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