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LITDA reception to honor Hall of Fame members

Posted on February 21, 2014

The Louisiana Independent Tire Dealers Association (LITDA) will hold its 2014 Hall of Fame reception on March 8, 2014, from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel in New Orleans during its annual convention and trade show.

The Hall of Fame reception will honor all past inductees into the Hall of Fame: 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).

LITDA Hall of Fame honorees are individuals who have played a significant role in the growth and development of the tire industry and the LITDA. The reception will not only honor past inductees, but will offer those in attendance an opportunity to network with others in the tire industry while enjoying cocktails and hor d’oeuvres, says the association.

Tickets to the Hall of Fame reception are $85 per person. For more information on the reception or to register for the convention and trade show, see www.litda.org, or contact the LITDA office at (225) 767-7640 or litda@tatmangroup.com.

Related Topics: convention, LITDA, Louisiana Independent Tire Dealers Association, trade show

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