SEMA announces four Hall of Fame inductees

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May 4, 2012—SEMA will induct four automotive professionals into its Hall of Fame in July to honor their efforts to raise the stature and growth of the automotive specialty-equipment industry.

The four Hall of Fame inductees include:

• Nick Arias Jr. of Nick Arias Racing Components
• Bill France Sr., founder of NASCAR
• Mark Heffington, founder of Hypertech Inc.
• Bob Larivee Sr., founder of Auto Art Promotions Inc.

SEMA said the four individuals will be officially inducted into its Hall of Fame during the SEMA Installation Banquet & Gala Fundraiser scheduled for July 27 at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel & Convention Center in Pomona, Calif.

For more information about the Hall of Fame celebration, or to register to attend the event, visit sema.org/galatix or sema.org/hof.

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