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News   February 10, 2012   by Auto Service World

Performance Industry Notables Sought

The deadline to submit nominations for the 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association(SEMA) Hall of Fame is March 16, 2012.
Created in 1969, the SEMA Hall of Fame is the most prestigious award presented to an individual by the association. It is designed to honour outstanding persons in the industry who have enhanced the stature of, or significantly contributed to, the performance and accessories industry and/or the association’s growth.
Among the many inductees are two notable Canadians-George Foote, founder of Karbelt Speed & Custom, who was inducted in 1984, and Bob McJannett, founder of Performance Improvements, who was inducted in 2003.
Last year’s SEMA Hall of Fame inductees are Art Chrisman, Gray Baskerville, Chris Economaki and John Towle. All have made major contributions that have left indelible, positive marks on the specialty-equipment industry.
To learn more about the SEMA Hall of Fame and for a list of inductees, visit or contact Arlene Wood at or 909-978-6689. Submit your SEMA Hall of Fame Nominations online at

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