By Lindsay Bianco
The family of the late Bruce Crower accepted his SEMA Hall of Fame recognition at the 2019 SEMA Installation & Gala.
SEMA Hall of Fame inductees have inspired innovation, fostered collaboration and, most importantly, created opportunities for others. The association is seeking your help in identifying nominees for this year’s class. Members have until Monday, March 16, to submit their nominations for the 2020 SEMA Hall of Fame at www.sema.org/hof.
Established as SEMA’s highest recognition, the award is reserved exclusively for those whose leadership and dedication have benefited the industry, provided professional pathways for others to follow, and helped to shape the industry as it's known today.
“SEMA is proud to celebrate automotive professionals who make up our industry while highlighting their unique paths to success,” said SEMA Senior Manager, Membership Projects Lindsay Bianco. “Nominees should represent industry icons who, through their passion and contributions, will continue to benefit the industry for a long time to come.”
Nomination criteria include having been involved in the industry or SEMA for a minimum of 10 years, having achieved national or international industry significance beyond the local level, and being at least 50 years of age prior to the SEMA Show during the year of induction.
Members should provide a brief statement that explains why the individual deserves the prestigious honor to help the Hall of Fame Nomination Committee choose the most deserving nominees.
Learn more about SEMA Hall of Fame and previous inductees at www.SEMAHOF.com.