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SEMA Names Four New Hall of Fame Inductees

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June 6, 2014—The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) named four new members to its hall of fame last month, and will formally induct them in July.

Created in 1969, the hall of fame designation is the most prestigious award the association gives each year. The recognition is given to individuals who have significantly contributed to industry growth and the association as a whole.

The four new inductees—Nile Cornelison, Jim Cozzie, John Menzler and Fred Offenhauser—will be recognized at the SEMA Installation Gala held July 18 at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel & Conference Center in Pomona, Calif.

For detailed bios on each 2014 inductee, click here, and for more information about the SEMA Hall of Fame in general click here.

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