DMA Seeks Nominations for 2006 Hall of Fame, Direct Marketing's Highest Honor
February 16, 2006 — The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) is seeking nominations for its 2006 Hall of Fame honors. The induction of this year’s honorees will take place at the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony during DMA06, which is being held October 14-18 in San Francisco.
The deadline for DMA Hall of Fame nominations is Thursday, March 30, 2006. To download a recommendation form or view a list of past winners, please visit http://www.the-dma.org/awards/hof/
Established in 1978 as a permanent recognition of individuals who have contributed significantly to the direct marketing process, DMA’s Hall of Fame is the direct marketing community’s highest honor.
"DMA is proud to pay tribute to the dedicated individuals whose innovation and dedication serve as the foundation of DMA's Hall of Fame," said John A. Greco, Jr., president & CEO, DMA. "In fact, past honorees’ service and commitment to the direct marketing process continues to drive the entire community forward, and we very much look forward to honoring more of our community’s leaders this October at DMA06."
Selection of DMA Hall of Fame honorees is based on whether an individual has:
· Made a major contribution to the theory and practice of direct marketing, and
· Contributed in a major way to the advancement of the field, above and beyond his or her own personal benefit.
The DMA Hall of Fame Committee of Judges may choose a nominee at its discretion for accomplishments, either past or present, of significance. It can award annually up to four awards in either of two categories: living or posthumous.
Again, the deadline for nominations is March 30, 2006. To download a recommendation form or view a list of past winners, please visit: http://www.the-dma.org/awards/hof/
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