The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is seeking nominations for its Hall of Fame at www.sema.org/hof.
Created in 1969, the SEMA Hall of Fame recognizes people who have contributed a significant body of work to the industry over a long period of time and is the most prestigious award presented to an individual by the association.
It is designed to honour the leaders, innovators, creators, and enthusiasts who transformed small, burgeoning businesses into an industry worth more than $43 billion annually.
Currently, there are two Canadian members of the SEMA Hall of Fame listed: George Foote, Karbelt Speed & Custom, inducted in 1984, and Bob McJannett, Performance Improvements, inducted in 2003.
To nominate an individual who epitomizes the essence of ingenuity in action, click here before the deadline on Friday, March 8.
To learn more about the SEMA Hall of Fame and for a list of inductees, visit www.semahof.com.