New Board Members Announced for the Automotive Hall of Fame
Mary Buchzeiger of Lucerne International is one of five to be elected to the board of the Automotive Hall of Fame.
Automotive Hall of Fame
Located in Dearborn, the Automotive Hall of Fame has announced that its board of directors have unanimously approved five new additions to its board.
“We are fortunate to add these accomplished leaders to the board of the Automotive Hall of Fame,” says Ramzi Hermiz, chairman of the Automotive Hall of Fame and president and CEO of Shiloh Industries. “Each has made significant contributions to the automotive industry. The Automotive Hall of Fame welcomes the new directors and will surely benefit from their wisdom.”
The additions include Mary Buchzeiger, president and CEO of Lucerne International; Robert Kurnick Jr., vice chairman, Penske Corp. and president, Penske Automotive Group; Shannon Quinn, president, Original Equipment Tire Sales, Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations; Kristin McCallum Ritter, director, PwC Automotive Business Development; and Sandy Schwartz, president, Cox Automotive.
The 2018 Automotive Hall of Fame Induction and Awards Gala Ceremony will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 19, at MGM Grand Detroit. Tickets for the black-tie event will be available at www.automotivehalloffame.org or by contacting Kerry Doyle at (313) 240-4000 or KDoyle@thedrivingspirit.org.
The Automotive Hall of Fame tells the stories of those who have made outstanding contributions to the automotive industry and has honored nearly 800 men and women from around the world. The Automotive Hall of Fame is located at 21400 Oakwood Blvd. in Dearborn and is open to the public for tours.