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IARA Accepting Nominations for Remarketing Industry Recognition Award

May 22, 2003

The International Automotive Remarketers Alliance (IARA) has announced that it is accepting nominations for the IARA Remarketing Industry Recognition Award and its Circle of Excellence Award.The Remarketing Industry Recognition Award gives special recognition for an individual’s one-time outstanding contributions to the remarketing industry, as well as his or her community.IARA's Circle of Excellence Award is presented to the individual who clearly demonstrates outstanding contributions to the betterment of society and to the remarketing industry. The individual is universally recognized for his or her significant contributions. The Circle of Excellence Award is presented at the IARA Annual All Member Winter Meeting. Jim Moran, founder of JM Family Enterprises, Inc., was the recipient of the inaugural Circle of Excellence Award in January.Notable contributions are defined as being unusual in nature or content deserving of recognition for an extra service or event. Award eligibility is open to individuals from all remarketing associated companies. For more information about the two awards, or to submit a nomination, please contact Matthew Marks, executive director, at [email protected]. For more information on IARA, please visit
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