Nominate a TIA Hall of Famer

Posted on March 3, 2014
Pictured are 2013 TIA Hall of Fame inductees (l to r): Richard “Dick” Johnson, Robert “Bob” Dunlap, and Scott Williams who accepted the posthumous award on behalf of Lex Brodie.

Pictured are 2013 TIA Hall of Fame inductees (l to r): Richard “Dick” Johnson, Robert “Bob” Dunlap, and Scott Williams who accepted the posthumous award on behalf of Lex Brodie.

The Tire Industry Association (TIA) is accepting nominations for the 2014 Tire Industry Hall of Fame through July 7, 2014.

A nomination form is available for download at or by contacting Donna Sage, TIA’s director of marketing, at or 301-430-7280, ext. 102.

The Hall of Fame is open to individuals in the tire industry, including manufacturers, inventors, publishers, equipment suppliers, tire association executives, tire dealers, tire and rubber recyclers and retreaders. The Hall of Fame may be awarded posthumously.

Inductees are chosen based on the following criteria: their contributions of new ideas, practices and/or innovations that promote the health and well-being of the tire industry; their exemplary and distinguished service in the tire industry; and the respect of their peers.

Contributions in civic, cultural, educational or charitable endeavors will be considered, but are not a primary consideration as attributes for selection.

“The tire industry has so many individuals that are worthy of recognition and it is an honor for us to induct the honorees each year,” says TIA Executive Vice President Roy Littlefield.

The Hall of Fame Inductions will take place on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, as part of TIA’s Tire Industry Honors Awards Ceremony, which takes place prior to the Global Tire Expo – Powered by TIA, Nov. 4-7 in Las Vegas.

Related Topics: 2014 Hall of Fame nominations, Roy Littlefield, TIA

Comments ( 1 )
  • Ross

     | about 4 years ago

    I would like to put the name of Ross M Fischer for nomination for TIA hall of fame. Ross was raise in Cessna park IL. Served in the U. S. Army. He began his passion for business early with working for Vernon McCord . In 1959 Ross moved to Monticello Indiana in a partnership with McCord. He became sole owner in 1964. Ross expanded to 14 locations through Indiana Illinois Kansas and Minnesota. Ross took on the Goodyear flotation tires and developed adaptable wheels. Ross's hard work paid off with awards from Goodyear and the royal ag show in England. Ross built a house of service and never stop working to be one the most outstanding persons I have ever known. I was employee. I would like to know what more information I need to get to you for this man to recognize as one of our most outstanding leaders in our industry.

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