Located in the beautiful Sonoma Valley of California, the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center celebrates the life and work of the beloved creator of the classic Peanuts cartoon strip and characters. Since its debut in 1950, Peanuts has become an iconic part of our culture with Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the gang adored by children and adults alike. The museum not only displays examples of Schulz’s artwork and the Peanuts characters, but it seeks to foster understanding of the work of cartoonists and to inspire and educate all visitors who pass through.
Since 2012, Rabbit Air has offered a special MinusA2 Peanuts Edition air purifier, with two fun front panels featuring the imaginative beagle Snoopy – one with his red doghouse (VIP-Very Important Puppy) and another with Charlie Brown and his friends (Airborne). Rabbit Air was happy to donate one of these special MinusA2s to the Charles M Schulz Museum, and they recently sent us some photographs of their delightful office and the MinusA2 in action. We are so glad to have provided this bright, happy office with clean, fresh air!