MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The U.S. has museums dedicated to puppetry, vacuums and roller skating.
Now, two Milwaukee residents think Wisconsin is the perfect place to open the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum.
Phil Sklar and Brad Novak quit their jobs within the last year to start the museum and have already collected 4,000 bobbleheads of sports players, mascots, characters, and regular and famous people.
They hope to have 10,000 by the time they open next year.
Sklar says they want to be the go-to source for anything bobblehead-related.
A smaller bobblehead museum already exists at Marlins Park in Miami, but its 700 figurines are all baseball players, mascots and broadcasters.
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