BATON ROUGE, La. (Feb. 25, 2014) — The Louisiana Independent Tire Dealers Association (LITDA) will host its 2014 Hall of Fame reception on March 8 at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel in New Orleans during its annual convention and tradeshow.
LITDA said the luau-themed Hall of Fame reception will honor all past inductees into the trade group's Hall of Fame, including: Abe Bernstein ('00); Barney Moore ('00); Norman Rhea ('00); Bill Simon ('00); Mike Staley ('00); Bob Potter ('01); Clyde Sharp ('01); Dennis Richard Sr. ('02); Jimmy Richard ('02); Don Yoes ('02); Bob Holley ('03); Ray Patron ('04); Sterling Broussard Sr. ('05); Tom Deavers ('06); Dan Hutchison ('07); Tony Arnone ('07); Rick Lambert ('08); Emmett Woods ('08); Ken Conner ('09); Charley Gowland ('09); Dennis Richard Jr. ('10); Barry Yoes ('10); Glen Yoes ('10); Marvin Bernstein ('11); Chet Simpson ('12); Roger Spears ('13); and Greg Vidrine ('13).
The LITDA said its Hall of Fame is for individuals who have played a significant role in the growth and development of the tire industry and the association.
Tickets to the reception are $85 per person. For more information on the reception, or to register for the convention and tradeshow, visit the LITDA website, or contact the LITDA office at 225-767-7640 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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