Jax Wax in Use At Two of The Finest Automotive Museums in The Country!

June 15, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Jax Wax in Use At Two of The Finest Automotive Museums in The Country!


CONTACT: Todd Burek
(586) 604-2078 Todd@signorellodist.com

Signorello Distribution, Authorized Distributors of Jax Wax Products, is proud to announce that the Jax Wax Family of Car Care Products are now in use at two of the finest automotive museums in the country The Walter P. Chrysler Museum and the Alfred P. Sloan Museum and Buick Research Gallery. Jax Wax Products provide professional quality results in even the most demanding environments such as Automotive Museums in a fraction of the time.

The Walter P. Chrysler Museum is located on the grounds of the DaimlerChrysler Headquarters in Auburn Hills Michigan and it has 3 wonderful floors of Chrysler automotive history on display. The classic vehicles are intermingled with interactive displays that help explain the story of how Walter P. Chrysler built his namesake company and the contributions it has made to automotive design, history and culture. The museum boasts over 300 cars in its collection and has several rotating displays. They also have on exhibit some examples of World War II fighting machines that the Chrysler Corporation built to aid in the war effort. Each of these vehicles are now maintained using the entire Jax Wax Line of Car Care Products. To learn more about the Chrysler Museum visit them online at www.chryslerheritage.com.

The Alfred P. Sloan Museum and Buick Research Gallery is a part of the Flint Cultural Center in Flint Michigan. They features on display over 25 classic and concept Buicks, Chevrolets, and other General Motors built automobiles. Featured vehicles on exhibit are the 1910 Buick Bug racecar, 1951 Buick XP-300 and 1954 Buick Wildcat II, 1956 Centurion and a 1977 Phantom, which are all one of a kind GM concept cars. They also feature a Hellcat Tank Destroyer built by Buick during World War II. All total the Buick Gallery has over 100 classic General Motors vehicles, many of them one of a kind, dating back to the early 1900s through the present. They are currently restoring a 1924 Mason truck that is one of only three known to be left in existence. As with the Chrysler Museum Jax Wax Products are used in the daily upkeep and maintenance of the vehicles paint, finish and interiors. To learn more about the Sloan Museum and Buick Research Gallery you can visit them online at www.sloanmuseum.org.

The Signorello family has been building, maintaining and detailing award-winning show, racing and custom cars in Southeast Michigan for over 35 years. Their vehicles have appeared in magazines, newspapers, on television and in museums. For advice and tips to help anyone quickly and easily detail a car like the professionals, to acquire any further information, or to request a description of the entire Jax Wax product line please feel free to contact Todd Burek, Vice President of Signorello Distribution, LLC, at 586.604.2078 or by email at Todd@signorellodist.com. Also, visit them on the web at www.signorellodist.com for a full description of their product line. They also offer by appointment the opportunity to come to their indoor location for a free demonstration of the entire product line.