Tunnels to Towers

Please see https://t2t.org/

Name: TRIAD   200 LBS.     


Stephen Siller never forget mobile exhibit 9/11 Museum;

2361 Hylan BLVD. Staten Island, NY 10306

Contact: 718-987-1931  info@tunnel2towers.org    

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The Stephen Siller, Tunnel to Towers Mobile 9/11 Mobile Exhibit is a huge semi that has been built to be a walk in experience, brought out to the people, as not everyone will be able to go to see the Pentagon memorial, The Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania or the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, New York.  This traveling exhibit has been touring around The United States and Canada since 2013.  In 2016 this mobile exhibit came to Southwest Florida where San the Artist for Project 911UP lives.  San heard about its arrival and went out to see its exhibits.  As she walked aboard the vehicle and viewed the several artifacts and stories about September 11, 2001, she realized that one of her small sculptures of Project 911UP would be a great fit.  She asked if they had anything similar to the concrete slurry that was left standing after the attacks and they said no.  They didn’t even know she had a project to place these all over the United States.  The next day, she came back and offered the New York Firemen a 100 lb. sculpture made out of the wall at the World Trade Center.  They promised her it would be placed in a prominent location for all to see as they toured the vehicle.  

This sculpture is now placed on a pedestal, with a description of the wall and our mission for all to read. The Stephen Siller organization has gained National fame as providing the largest mobile exhibit, going out to the people to inform and educate all about that day.  Stephen Siller perished on 9/11.  He is well known as the firefighter who ran in full gear from the Tunnels to Towers to help in any way he could when you could no longer drive into the site of the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City. His family and members of their crew have done an amazing job in bringing history out to the masses as they drive around the United States and Canada.https://t2t.org/organizer/911-never-forget-mobile-exhibit/?gad_source=1&gclid=CjwKCAjw_LOwBhBFEiwAmSEQAbJkl5sgM9BhBb74iKqcXZlJvqCpjvAnPlMVkyZFK956wvpREabFrxoC0A8QAvD_BwE

The actor Marc Wahlberg has supported this cause for years.  In 2023 he was represented in a promotional video for the organization and the mobile exhibit and museum.  Attached here, is the video.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vD_zuB4h1w As you look at the video 57 seconds in, Marc Wahlberg is standing next to the sculpture I have given them, named Siller 11.  You can see it under glass on a pedestal as he walks by at the bottom left-hand side of the screen shot.  San gets many emails, texts and calls from people who know her saying they saw the exhibit at the many stops around the country.  Look up the main organization of Stephen Sillers Tunnel to Towers foundation where they do so many projects for the fallen and honor first responders.  http://www.t2t.org  They are a 501C3 nonprofit company.

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The article provides a brief overview of Sandra Priest, an American artist known for her sculptures and public art installations. It highlights her involvement in various projects, including the creation of memorials dedicated to the victims of 9/11. The article mentions her collaboration with New......

As the 20th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, approaches, our collective memory turns to the heroes and the indomitable spirit displayed during that dark day in American history. One remarkable project, Project 911up, led by the talented artist Sandra Priest, is......

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