NAFB News Service
Nominations are now open for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ Hall of Fame.
The Hall celebrates the men and women who create the equipment and technologies that help build, feed, and power the world.
Since its inception in 1993, the Hall of Fame has inducted 67 individuals who have broken ground, literally and figuratively, on the job sites and farm fields of the world.
AEM is looking for nominations for the 2023 induction ceremony, especially individuals that reflect the diverse and inclusive nature of the modern construction and agriculture equipment manufacturing industry.
“The oldest member of the AEM Hall of Fame is John Deere, who was born in 1804,” AEM President Megan Tanel said. “A lot has changed since then, and today’s technology would be unrecognizable to Mr. Deere.”
The AEM Hall of Fame is accepting 2023 Hall of Fame nominations until Friday, June 16. For more information, go to aem.org.