ERJ staff report (TP)
Dearborn, Michigan – The Automotive Hall of Fame announced the four individuals who will be enshrined as 2014 Inductees in the Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn.
Automotive publisher and advocate Keith E. Crain of Crain Communications, industrialist and engineer Dr. Ferdinand K. Piëch, customer satisfaction pioneer J.D. "Dave" Power III, and the late designer and visionary Alex Tremulis will be inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame on 24 July. The event also represents the 75th anniversary of the Automotive Hall of Fame, established in 1939.
The 2014 Automotive Hall of Fame Induction & Awards Ceremony will take place in Plymouth, Michigan – and is held in conjunction with the Concours d’Elegance of America, one of the world’s great automotive exhibitions (which takes place on 27 July).
Inductees to the Automotive Hall of Fame have significantly impacted the development of the automobile and the motor vehicle industry. Inductees are recognised for their individual achievements, innovations, and historic contributions.
Located in Michigan, the Automotive Hall of Fame preserves and celebrates outstanding automotive achievement. Since its founding in 1939, the Automotive Hall of Fame has honoured nearly 800 men and women from around the world.
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