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"The Advertising Hall of Fame is the most prestigious award bestowed in the advertising industry honoring individuals who have set the standard for advertising excellence." From the American Advertising Federation.
Industry Fellows elected to the Hall of Fame include "furniture manufacturers, retailers, sales representatives, furniture designers, suppliers, association management, and others who have made notable contributions to the development and growth of the American furniture industry."
"Founded in 2008, the BIA Hall of Fame is dedicated to those binding and loose-leaf manufacturing industry executives who have gone far beyond the standard obligations to become a dominant force in the shaping of BIA and the business of finishing."
"The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame honors the leaders whose creativity, persistence, determination and sheer personal charisma helped to shape an industry and made the consumer electronics marketplace what it is today."
"Established by the National Cooperative Business Association, the Cooperative Hall of Fame honors those distinguished individuals whose contributions to cooperative business have been genuinely heroic."
"The Hall was established in 1988 to honor those Americans whose distinctive contributions in the field of labor have, among other things, elevated working conditions, wages, and over-all quality of life of America's workers and their families and communities."
This Hall of Fame was established in 2012 to "recognize a distinguished and select group of visionaries, leaders and luminaries who have made significant contributions to the development and advancement of the global Internet."
Since 1975, the Junior Achievement U.S. Business Hall of Fame has honored "men and women who have made outstanding contributions to free enterprise and to society." Brief profiles of honorees, listed in alphabetical order.
"The Lottery Industry Hall of Fame was founded by in 2005 as a means of honoring those who have done the most to make the world lottery industry the great success that it is today and their efforts to promote excellence and integrity in our industry."
"The mission and purpose of the National Electronics Industry Hall of Fame is to recognize those individuals who have, through their unusual and sustained efforts, contributed to the promotion and advancement of the electronics industry."
The original purpose of this Hall of Fame was "to recognize those living Americans who, through dedication, work and accomplishment have contributed most significantly to the growth and success of the plastics industry." Later, the concept was expanded so that "industry greats" could be inducted posthumously.
"The SEMA Hall of Fame honors outstanding individuals in the automotive specialty equipment industry whose creativity, integrity, and accomplishments have enhanced and significantly contributed to the industry's growth."
"The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to honor, preserve and perpetuate the names and outstanding accomplishments of personalities who have brought lasting fame to the tire, rubber and transportation industries."
This Hall of Fame was established "to honor those whose outstanding individual contributions have made a lasting positive impact on an industry dedicated to stabilizing underperforming companies, rebuilding corporate value, and retaining jobs."