Looking for a few Good Men! Join Sangamon Watches Brand Ambassadors Program

Do you want to be a model and earn some money by using your social media? If you have a good fan base with your Facebook or Instagram accounts, we would like to collaborate with you. Sangamon Watch Company would be happy to offer you a great deal on any item in our online store so that you can try out our watches and other merchandises and become an official ambassador! You will earn referral commission for every purchase using your ambassador code while customers receive 10% discount for their purchases. Performing bonus will be offered to all of our brand ambassadors. Plus, we also do FREE SHIPPING in the US.

All we ask is that when we move ahead together, you tag us in a picture of you wearing our watch and we will feature you on our IG & Facebook! Does that sound good? If so, please email brian@SangamonWatches.com for more information. You will have a great potential earning opportunity!

Special Incentive Offers – Sangamon Watches

SangamonDock.com is now making a special online offer with great discounts if you are looking for perfect gifts for family members, friends, or even for your company. The Sangamon watches will make great holiday bonus and gifts for company employees and business clients!

It is very simple, just apply the following discount codes when you check out these watches at http://www.SangamonWatches.com – the more you order the more you save!

Special Promo Code: LR15
Special Promo Code: DDWATCHES

New Schedule Announced for Virtual MicroLux Watch Show – October 16-18, 2020

MicroLux Los Angeles will take place online for 2020, with two days of new watches, interviews, and opportunities for watch lovers to engage with brands and each other. Virtual MicroLux is no basic Zoom meeting-enabled event, but rather be will be a professional broadcast-style program enhanced by the interaction opportunities today’s consumers expect. Tune-in online for Virtual MicroLux on October 16, 17, and 18, 2020.

HERE IS THE OFFICIAL SCHEDULE

FRIDAY
Linde Werdelin 11:10 AM
Perrelet – 11:55 AM
Norqain – 12:40 PM
Bhindi Jewelers – 1:05 PM
Lebois & Co – 1:50 PM
SWC (Swiss Watch Company) – 3:30 PM
Laco – 4:00 PM
DuFrane – 4:30 PM
DWISS – 5:00 PM

SATURDAY
Circula – 11:55 AM
Crude – 12:25 PM
Breitling – 12:55 PM
Endatto – 1:40 PM
eBay – 11:10 PM
Lesablier – 3:00 PM
Chad Tsagris & Ron Bhindi – 3:30 PM
Twelf-X – 4:00 PM
Seaholm 4:30 PM
Casio (Altivo.com) – 5:00 PM
Farr + Swit – 5:30 PM

SUNDAY
Vertex – 11:10 AM
Itay Noy –  11:40 AM
Formex – 12:10 PM
Minimax – 12:40 PM
OOO (Out Of Order) 1:10 PM
Tockr – 2:20 PM
Tsao – 3:05 PM
Haim – 3:35 PM
Feynman – 4:05 PM
Creux Automatiq – 4:35 PM
Marathon –  5:05 PM

Looking for Inspirations in the National Aviation Heritage Area in Ohio

As Sangamon Watch Company is planning to launch our first aviation related “pilot watch” collection next year, our team made a quick trip to The National Museum of the United States Air Force located at Wright- Patterson Air Force Base, northeast of Dayton Ohio. The museum is the world’s oldest and largest military aviation museum, with more than 360 aircraft and missiles on the display. The museum draws about a million visitors each year, making it one of the most frequently visited tourist attractions in Ohio. The museum is a central component of the National Aviation Heritage Area.

If you are interested in American aviation history inspired pilot watches, make sure you book mark our blog or SangamonWatches.com for our next year’s new product releases.

If you have got interest in aviation history, military aircrafts, or the like, the museum is a must-see attraction. Besides four hangars full of virtually every United States Air Force aircraft ever produced, there is a great gift shop, IMAX theatre, and an adjacent outdoor park with memorials to military veterans of WW II, Korea, Vietnam and Iraq War. This is a two-day museum, give yourself plenty of time so that you can take a lot photos and learn more about aviation history. If you are Chinese, you would be very interested in learning more about Flying Tigers.

Admission and parking are free, but there is a separate charge for the IMAX Theater and flight simulator. The museum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Address: 1100 Spaatz St, Dayton, OH 45431
Open 9 AM – 5 PM
Phone: (937) 255-3286

Mother Road Collection of Sangamon Watches Reviewed by Veterans Watch Collector Channel

Dr. Q and Sgt. K of Veterans Watch Collector Channel reviewed the Mother Road Collection of Sangamon Watches today, we are happy to share their YouTube programs on our blog. You can also hear their review on audio podcast. Sgt. K did an “unboxing” review a month ago. Veterans Watch Collector Channel on YouTube discusses all things watch related, specifically micro brands, big brands luxury brands, pilots, divers etc. The guys just love to talk about watches.

Route History Shares the Incredible Contributions of Blacks on Route 66

Without a doubt, Route 66 is one of the most famous roads in the United States of America. The historic road is a tourism attraction for many and is often visited by lovers of history. Many are not aware, but there is rich black history on Route 66. Route History is a museum and shop that offers visitors a window into the tragedy, resilience, and excellence of Black people along the Historic Route 66 and in Springfield, Illinois. After returning from a Route 66 driving tour early this month, I was introduced to Dr. Gina Lathan and Dr. Stacy Grundy, two of three co-founders of Route History. Thanks to Dr. Grundy’s detailed explanation and sharing, I have learned a lot about African American history and and the migration on Route 66 in 1930s-1940s. I also want to thank Frank McNeil for the introduction and meeting arrangement.

This educational business seeks to educate visitors and those generally interested in Route 66 about the untold stories of local African American history. They focus on such things as the major role that Black people played in the Underground Railroad, the 1908 Springfield Race Riot and how Springfield served as a safe haven for Black travelers during the terrible Jim Crow era.

Route History also seeks to highlight and celebrate Eva Carroll Monroe’s role in founding the first black orphanage in Springfield and in all of Illinois, the Lincoln Colored Home. When you visit Route History, you will be exposed to the appreciation of subject areas such as math and science in the black community during the ‘90s. They also keep the story of the Ambidexter Institute alive. This was an industrial school that was built based on Booker T. Washington’s Tuskegee Institute.

The ultimate goal of this organization is to educate people about the incredible contributions of African Americans to the city of Springfield and the state of Illinois.

In celebrating, recognizing, and highlighting the experiences of African Americans on Route 66, the team at Route History use methods such as exhibits, digital media, events, educational material collectable items. These are used in the process of educating, training and engaging people of all ages and classes.

The store is located at 737 E. Cook Street, Springfield, Illinois. You will enjoy every moment of your trip there. This oasis of the history of African Americans on Route 66 is housed in a reseeds gas station from the 1930s era. The selection of this location was strategic as they sought to be in close proximity to other locations and structures that carry heavy historic significance to the black community in Springfield, Illinois.

Organizations like Route History must be commended and supported for the efforts in keeping black history on Route 66 alive. To learn more about this edifying and uplifting entity, visit their website, give them a call at 215-503-4129, email them at info@routehistory.net or find them on Facebook or Instagram.

The sufferings, journey, and stories of African Americans need to be told to the young generations and Route 66 travelers from all the world. Route History is one of the mighty forces in America who are rallying to this call. 

Address: Route History, 737 E Cook St, Springfield, IL 62703
Phone: (217) 503-4129

Note: Route History is temporarily closed due to COVID-19. If you have any questions please email them at info@routehistory.net

Watch Review by Aron Dunlap-OFD Watch Channel: Sangamon Watches Mother Road Route 66 Tribute

“Cool looking watch representing classic Route 66” – Aron Dunlap

The following watch review is contributed by Aron Dunlap-OFD Watch Channel. If you want to learn more about Mother Road Collection watches or order your own, please log on http://www.SangamonWatches.com

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