DMA requests nominations for 2007 Hall of Fame

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The Direct Marketing Association is seeking nominations for its 2007

Hall of Fame, one of the most prestigious honors bestowed on direct

marketing practitioners.

Candidates for the Hall of Fame should have made a major contribution

to the theory or practice of direct marketing. They should also have

helped in advancing direct marketing and given back to the industry,

including the DMA.

The Hall of Fame committee of judges may choose a nominee at its

discretion for significant accomplishments, past or present. Each

year, the committee can award up to four honors in either the living

or posthumous categories.

The deadline for nominations is March 26. The recommendation form and

a list of previous honorees are available at http://www.dmahalloffame.org/.

Founded in 1978, the DMA's Hall of Fame has inducted 91 individuals.

This year's induction ceremony will take place during the DMA's DMA07

Annual Conference & Exhibition on Oct. 13 to 17 in Chicago.

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