A RoadsideOnline investigative report
The American Diner Museum incorporated in 1996 with the mission to "to celebrate the culture and preserve the colorful history of this unique American institution."
In that time, it has amassed an amazing collection of artifacts while it has alienated just about every diner operator, industry player, and preservationist that has made its acquaintance.
How has its founder Daniel Zilka, become the pariah of the diner preservation community?
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For the record:
Read our response to a feature broadcast on National Public Radio.
RoadAge Media received a Cease and Desist letter from attorneys representing the American Diner Museum
RoadAge Media responded
We have received no official response from Daniel Zilka or the American Diner Museum regarding this investigation. We would welcome an official response, and would consider posting it online in rebuttal to these reports.
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