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IMA's Hall of Fame

In the June 2016 Fast Takes, my letter from the President floated the idea of having an IMA Hall of Fame. The idea was to honor the many people who came before us, who had a great influence on the industry and who helped many people with their careers. People who were very instrumental in building this channel.

The next thing I know I am getting phones calls and emails telling me what a great idea that was. One of those calls was from Vince Alonzo, the Editor-in-Chief of Incentive Magazine who told me that he liked the idea so much that he was going to write about it in his Editor’s Note in the July/August 2016 issue of Incentive Magazine.

I formed a Hall of Fame Advisory Committee and after a lot of hard work from this committee, I am proud to announce that the IMA Board of Directors approved the IMA Hall of Fame.
If you know of someone who should be considered for the IMA Hall of Fame, click on the link below and submit the application.

-Spencer Toomey, CPIM, IMA Past President

If you know of someone who should be considered for the IMA Hall of Fame, click on the link below and submit the application.

Hall of Fame Nomination Form

Qualifications:

  • Must have been active in the incentive industry for at least 10 years. Exceptions can be made for unusual circumstances such as death or injury.
  • May be living or deceased.
  • Cannot be a current member of the IMA Board of Directors or a SIG/Chapter board member or officer.
  • Nominee does not have to be a member of IMA to be considered.
  • There will not be a limit on how many members can be elected each year.
  • Some years, especially in the early years, there may be several candidates and some years there may not be any.

Nomination and Selection Procedure:

  • All IMA members are eligible to submit a nomination for the Hall of Fame.
  • Only IMA Members may nominate a candidate; non-members are not permitted to nominate a candidate.”
  • Nominations shall be screened by the association staff to eliminate ineligible individuals.
  • All eligible nominations shall be forwarded to the IMA Hall of Fame Advisory Group to review, select and send to the IMA Board of Directors a slate of candidates.
  • All candidates will require a 75% approval vote from the IMA Hall of Fame Advisory Group to be presented to the IMA Board to be voted on individually.
  • Induction to the Hall of Fame shall be by ballot vote of the Board of Directors.
  • Each nominee must receive at least 60% of the IMA Board votes to be elected.
  • Candidates who are not selected will automatically be reconsidered the next two years by the Advisory Group. After that period of time, if the individual has not been inducted, he or she will need to be nominated again by a member before being reconsidered.
  • The IMA Hall of Fame Advisory Group may propose deceased industry leaders who were a part of the Industry and may have been out of the industry before IMA was formed.
  • The IMA Hall of Fame inductions will be once a year at the IMA Summit.
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