Have 1 for each state that could be purchased separetely or as a set. Think of
it as a road trip journal, autograph book, and keepsake for your unique
adventures. Made of a durable vinyl or laminate outer cover and internally of
acid free archival safe paper. Have a comb binding for layflat design and ease
of use. Place an ownership page for name and a picture of owner. Include brief
stats for towns, businesses, icons, restraurants, musuems, etc. on each page
with a place for Autographs and a rubberstamps marking and date of visit.
Available for purchase online and at route 66 stops, retailers, tourism burueas,
and musuems. It can be used by anyone at anytime they maybe traveling. Put blank
pages in the back for add-ins over the years. Use the best of the best for
content: get the AAAAA’s involved. Authors to write forward, preface, intro, and
captions. Artists to draw sketches of buildings and scenery. Associations to
help provide interest and support. Photographers to add photos. Archivists to
add historical content. Collectors for vintage items, maps, and postcards.
These are just are just some thoughts I’ve come up with to help promote,
preserve, provide, and bring in revenue for the Route 66 community.