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The Perdue Museum is located in Salisbury University’s newest academic building, Perdue Hall, located off U.S. Business Route 13.
10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. and by appointment, please contact the Archivist for details
Parking: Lots B & C - parking map
For more information, please call 410-546-4122.
The Franklin P. Perdue Museum of Business and Entrepreneurship provides a unique opportunity for visitors to study the core values and philosophies of Arthur, Frank and Jim Perdue within a framework of the business models their companies have followed through nearly a century and three generations of family ownership. A chronology of these business models shows how the Perdue companies have responded to changes in the marketplace without compromising core values.
In the Perdue Museum, company leaders speak in their own words, as much of the information is presented in interactive video format. In addition, artifacts and graphics visually portray growth and innovations.
An exciting component of the Perdue Museum is its digital archive, accessible through a computer station, where visitors can peruse important documents from the Perdue family legacy.