Magnavox Historical Preservation Association

George Collins, of the Magnavox Historical Preservation Association, looks at a display of television consoles that are part of a Greeneville Greene County Museum exhibit. In the background to the right is an example of the company’s high-quality furniture that included sound systems and televisions. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

Established in 2010, the Magnavox Historical Preservation Association began in the mind of philanthropist Scott Niswonger, who credits his time as pilot for the corporation as important to the formation of several transportation companies.

Under the leadership of curator George Collins, the association has collected an institution’s worth of Magnavox products. It’s working to open a downtown Greeneville museum in the coming year.

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