Daisy Airgun Museum gets new home 
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This is the advertisement from the Northwest Arkansas Morning News announcing the Grand Re-Location Celebration of the Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum on 11-14-04. 

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This is the advertisement from the Northwest Arkansas Morning News announcing the Grand Re-Location Celebration of the Rogers Daisy Airgun Museum on 11-14-04.

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Raymond Burns, president of the Rogers-Lowell (AR) Area Chamber of Commerce, comments on a sign on the new Daisy Airgun Museum building as dignitaries gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremonies. Below the sign (wearing hat) is Dick Daniel, retired president of Daisy. Others are identified in ribbon cutting picture.

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Raymond Burns, president of the Rogers-Lowell (AR) Area Chamber of Commerce, comments on a sign on the new Daisy Airgun Museum building as dignitaries gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremonies. Below the sign (wearing hat) is Dick Daniel, retired president of Daisy. Others are identified in ribbon cutting picture.

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Daisy Vice President of Marketing Joe Murfin addresses the crowd of persons attending the ribbon cutting ceremonies.

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Daisy Vice President of Marketing Joe Murfin addresses the crowd of persons attending the ribbon cutting ceremonies.

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Rogers Mayor Steve Womack speaks of the importance of the Daisy company to the City of Rogers.

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Rogers Mayor Steve Womack speaks of the importance of the Daisy company to the City of Rogers.

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The crowd wraps around the corner of the new museum building as Mayor Womack speaks.

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The crowd wraps around the corner of the new museum building as Mayor Womack speaks.

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Former Marketing Manager of Daisy Dave Gates uses the ceremonial sissors while Sue Secker of the museum staff does the cutting. Others in the picture are Daisy Public Relation Manager Susan Garner, Vice President of Marketing Joe Murfin, John Ford former Director of International sales, Mayor Steve Wommack, Orin Ribar, customer service manager, President Ray Hobbs and Jim Sawyer, credit manager. Dick Daniel, retired president of Daisy is behind Mayor Womack.

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Former Marketing Manager of Daisy Dave Gates uses the ceremonial sissors while Sue Secker of the museum staff does the cutting. Others in the picture are Daisy Public Relation Manager Susan Garner, Vice President of Marketing Joe Murfin, John Ford former Director of International sales, Mayor Steve Wommack, Orin Ribar, customer service manager, President Ray Hobbs and Jim Sawyer, credit manager. Dick Daniel, retired president of Daisy is behind Mayor Womack.

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David Gates and Martha Daniel, wife of former Daisy President Dick Daniel watch as visitors arrive for the activities. Gates who retired as marketing manager started with Daisy in 1956 as shooting education manager later served as head of Product Development.

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David Gates and Martha Daniel, wife of former Daisy President Dick Daniel watch as visitors arrive for the activities. Gates who retired as marketing manager started with Daisy in 1956 as shooting education manager later served as head of Product Development.

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Dave Gares welcomes one of the youngest members of the crowd at the ceremonies.

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Dave Gares welcomes one of the youngest members of the crowd at the ceremonies.

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Thorton Jacobs former Production scheduler for Daisy is greeted by Chamber President Raymond Burns and his wife, Robin. At right is Ray Hobbs, president of Daisy.

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Thorton Jacobs former Production scheduler for Daisy is greeted by Chamber President Raymond Burns and his wife, Robin. At right is Ray Hobbs, president of Daisy.

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Visitors check out some of the displays in the new museum.

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Visitors check out some of the displays in the new museum.

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Early day air rifle models catch the attention of two men attending the ceremonies.

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Early day air rifle models catch the attention of two men attending the ceremonies.

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A father listens as his son tells him how he likes some of the new Daisy products.

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A father listens as his son tells him how he likes some of the new Daisy products.

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A lady examines a mint condition old advertising poster announcing the introduction of the Rey Ryder Carbine that was sold at a silent auction during the activities.

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A lady examines a mint condition old advertising poster announcing the introduction of the Rey Ryder Carbine that was sold at a silent auction during the activities.

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A father points to one of the current items for sale by Daisy in the museum gift shop, to his partly hidden son.

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A father points to one of the current items for sale by Daisy in the museum gift shop, to his partly hidden son.

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Getting a better look, the father and son discuss the item.

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Getting a better look, the father and son discuss the item.

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Iterms from the past catch the attention of these three boys.

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Iterms from the past catch the attention of these three boys.

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The Buck Rogers display holds the attention of these boys.

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The Buck Rogers display holds the attention of these boys.

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Touching is better than looking.

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Touching is better than looking.

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What youngster can resist taking aim with a Daisy air rifle.

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What youngster can resist taking aim with a Daisy air rifle.

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Giving tips to a younger boy.

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Giving tips to a younger boy.

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After checking out the displays, ceremony attenders begin to trickle out the front door of the new museum building at Second and Walnut Streets in the center of downtown Rogers.

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After checking out the displays, ceremony attenders begin to trickle out the front door of the new museum building at Second and Walnut Streets in the center of downtown Rogers.

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