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LEDYARD, Conn. — Three industry veterans were inducted into the New England Tire & Service Association’s Hall of Fame during its annual convention and trade show on April 5.

The show was complete with a trade show and seminars in the day, with the Hall of Fame Dinner and scholarship auction in the evening.

This year’s inductees were: Ben Kravitz, founder and former owner of Summit Tire of Massachusetts; Glenn Wilder Sr., of Wilder Brothers American Car Care Center in Massachusetts and the late Max Katz, founder of Boston’s Merchants Tire, whose youngest grandson, Ron Katz, accepted the honor on his behalf.

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LEDYARD, Conn. — Three industry veterans were inducted into the New England Tire & Service Association’s Hall of Fame during its annual convention and trade show on April 5.

The show was complete with a trade show and seminars in the day, with the Hall of Fame Dinner and scholarship auction in the evening.

This year’s inductees were: Ben Kravitz, founder and former owner of Summit Tire of Massachusetts; Glenn Wilder Sr., of Wilder Brothers American Car Care Center in Massachusetts and the late Max Katz, founder of Boston’s Merchants Tire, whose youngest grandson, Ron Katz, accepted the honor on his behalf.