The U.S. Presidential Service Center® Foundation and Trusts - A museum on support and protection of the U.S. Presidency.
As you arrive for the first time to celebrate supporting and protecting the presidency of the United States of America, you'll feel a sense of pride and momentum building. Presently encased in a 4,700 square foot mansion and museum, the center celebrates how most Presidents grew up in a simple home. Few were born into wealth and sprawling estates. The museum celebrates civilian and military members of the President's staff over 200+ years since George Washington. Our military members hold a serial numbered badge on file at the White House Military Office. Our members move on to the US Secret Service, FBI, NID, CIA, NSA, black ops, IRS, and most potent positions controlling the American government. You will also find our members in the embassies of the world and field offices in 190 countries.
Since 1994 we have had 24 million+ visitors to the center, website, museum, and been featured on CNN International, PBS, NBC, CBS, ABC, Vitaya, BrusselsTV, NHK, and FOX to almost three billion viewers. We've been featured in 160+ newspapers and magazines on earth. Guests staying at The Inn of the Patriots enjoy a private tour. As seen in The Official Museum Directory in partnership with the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), as a registered Blue Star Museum with the National Endowment for the Arts, a licensed partner with Google Cultural Institute, and officially listed with the North Carolina Museum Council (NCMC) we are featuring each of the Presidents. Additionally, artifacts, antiques, and individual items have been sent from the United States National Archives, The Bush Foundations, President Carter, President Reagan, President Ford, President Obama, President Trump, President Eisenhower, and The Clinton Foundation. Catch us in a new, four-part mini-series with CBS Television (click here) showcasing the Trump, museum, Clinton, and Lincoln episodes!
Enjoy binge-watching our entire series for free, if you can't see us on CBS, right here. We love our international guests and viewers visiting with us!
Photo credits: The White House, Martin Mongiello, and Miranda Kreutzkampf
See the Clinton and Cleveland exhibits featuring servants stories about their good tastes!
We've added to our original 2008 exhibit, "Silence ISN'T Golden," in conjunction with "Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House," motion picture starring Liam Neeson.
In the summer of 2019, we acquired a gift of golden cufflinks in its 1969 red felt box with gold print on top. These were a special inauguration day gift for supporters of Vice President Agnew and President Nixon. The film is the story of Mark Felt, who under the name "Deep Throat" helped journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the Watergate scandal in 1974. Exceptional support and 2018 donations have come from the Brian Van Buren holdings, a former member of the Nixon Inaugural Committee.
In the Winter of 2020, a special Nixon episode was filmed at the museum.
Enjoy our exhibit: "Jackie, How Could You?" launched in 2016 in conjunction with the motion picture, "Jackie," and the CNN series, American Dynasties: The Kennedys, the exhibition goes into different directions than the film, and beyond topics, most are willing to showcase in the museum field. You may have seen our posters, greeting cards, postcards, and signs on the highway.
Be sure to watch us on FOX Television discussing FOX Searchlight Pictures distribution of the film, nationwide. Our china pieces from Limoge, Mottahedeh, and featuring original JFK, Aristotle Socrates Onassis, Naguib Nafuz, and King Theseus of Greece are uniquely combined.
DRIVING FOR THE PRESIDENT: NO DARKIES SIT IN THIS SECTION OF THE BUS! December 2018. With special guest, Mr. Orlando S. Herrera Jr., MSA, CPS debuted on December 1, 2018, at 7 pm (FB page). This exhibit showcased Rosa Parks work along with several other women. It features the original bus that President Obama also sat in for his photo in a striking manner. Mr. Herrera also appeared on two national panels broadcast live on July 23, and October 8 at 7 pm.
In December 2019, a podcast was recorded for this exhibit by the Emmy nominated and Telly winning Producer, Carl White, in his studios at Wilkesboro, NC. It is available to enjoy on iTunes, GooglePlay, Spotify, iHeart Radio, and Stitcher. Click here! A Barbie Inspiring Women Series by Mattel, Rosa Parks doll, was acquired in 2019 and added with additional items sourced. Future extensions of this exhibit will feature testimonials and fond memories from President Obama's drivers.
MR. PRESIDENT, TIMESUP! Launched on March 27, 2020, on a LIVE, worldwide chat, and telecast. This featured a number of our TV shows sharing ladies' issues (the Betty Ford episode, 2019, and the two Cleveland First Ladies episode 2020) and exhibits like our 2016 highly awarded Jackie How Could You? and delved into the current TIMESUP! movement by exposing Presidential sexual relations in White House closets, libraries, and in broad daylight in Central Park.
The ultimate recourse being DNA proof, impeachment, and the court of public opinion. A portion of this CHAT showcased Paul Brandus book and chapters about Warren G. Harding (Under This Roof: The White House and the Presidency--21 Presidents, 21 Rooms, 21 Inside Stories).
You can watch the live chat on Facebook here hosted by Martin and Stormy Mongiello as business professionals working in society.
THE SLAVES AND IMMIGRANTS WHO BUILT THE HOUSE: "HATE FOR IMMIGRANTS." December 2019. From American Indians first walking here in 50,000 B.C. to Muslims, Mexicans, and every other group they try to teach you to hate, this exhibit examines our past, present, and possible future based on President's actions.
A portion of the presentation covers German American immigrants put into internment camps like Adolf "Wes" Wesselhoeft and then shipped off as an American citizen to Germany at six years old. Enjoy his new book written with his wife, Shirley, Africans, Cubans, Chinese, South Americans, and Japanese.
In December 2019, a podcast was recorded for that brought up this exhibit by the Emmy nominated and Telly winning Producer, Carl White with Production Director, Tim Vogel. It is available to enjoy on iTunes, GooglePlay, Spotify, iHeart Radio, and Stitcher. Click here! It featured Orlando S. Herrera, Jr., MSA. CPS as a guest with Martin CJ Mongiello, MBA, MA, MCFE. Please see the video below from the Bush Center.
CELEBRATING THE RIPPING DOWN OF STATUES IN AMERICA. Winter, 2020, with Martin CJ Mongiello, MBA, and assistance from the Scotch-Irish Victory Center, The Civil War Sailor and Marine Magazine and Association with Executive Director Andrew M. King, and The American Revolutionary War Living History Center. Ripping down statues in America is nothing new, it started as early as 1776 with ropes around the head and thousands cheering in New York.
One new technique used to avoid that is bringing temporary statues and exhibits into the American Legion World Series in Shelby, NC, to celebrate Confederate weapons of death. By creating temporary exhibits, like the recent showcasing of a cannon named "Satan," that killed hundreds of black soldiers at North Carolina's Fort Fisher - parties can bring large Confederate items to massive public venues and make them a centerpiece to hundreds of thousands of people. When the American Legion has sponsors like USAA - they are financially supported to engage in these acts.
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