LIVONIA, Mich. - The Michigan Boating Industries Association Hall of Fame has inducted two members for the year 2004, MBIA said in a recent press release.
John Ennenga, general manager of Whitehall Landing in Whitehall, Mich. and Russ McNamara, MBIA immediate past chairman, were each inducted and honored at an awards luncheon held during the 2004 Recreational Boating Educational Conference and MBIA Annual Meeting, Dec. 8-10 at the Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City, Mich.
Ennenga and McNamara were determined by the MBIA Board of Directors to be outstanding contributors to the recreational boating industry in Michigan. They were being recognized for longevity, dedication and professionalism. Each received a recognition plaque and will be added to the Hall of Fame recognition wall at the MBIA's office in Livonia, Mich.
The MBIA Hall of Fame was developed in 1991 to recognize those who have made extraordinary achievements in or contributions to the recreational boating industry. The award recognizes an individual who, over the years has proved to be outstanding in furthering the MBIA's objectives of advancing the recreational boating industry through promotion of education, dissemination of knowledge, the introduction or development of innovative techniques, and the commitment to quality, service and growth.
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