Group Launches Auto Hall of Fame Featured

By Staff Writer February 24, 2020

The Colorado Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) is launching a long-envisioned Colorado Automotive Hall of Fame on April 1, during its annual Preview Gala that officially kicks off the Denver Auto Show. Fifty dealers will comprise the inaugural group that will be inducted during a special dinner and ceremony that evening.

“The Colorado Automotive Hall of Fame’s mission is to honor decades of innovation, influence and enduring contributions by Colorado dealers to the automotive industry and communities throughout Colorado,” says Tim Jackson, CEO/president of CADA. “Through the Colorado Automotive Hall of Fame, we honor the industry -- past and present -- and tell the stories of those who have played significant roles in Colorado since 1970.”

The genesis of the Hall is the TIME Dealer of the Year Award, presented each year at the National Automotive Dealers Association (NADA) trade show. Every year since 1970, a Colorado TIME Dealer of the Year has been named. The Colorado dealers named since then, one each year for 50 years, comprise the inaugural group of honorees who will become the first inductees in the Hall on April 1.

“Being inducted into the Colorado Automotive Hall of Fame is a true mark of excellence,” says Anthony Brownlee, 2020 chairman of the Hall. “This first group of inductees represents household names from throughout Colorado who are an inspiration to us all.”

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