The annual award honors men and women who have made a lasting contribution to the licensing industry.
Nominees must have been actively involved in the licensing business for at least 15 years and a member of LIMA for at least three.
A committee of industry executives will choose a slate of finalists based on the nominees’ industry contributions, legacy and integrity. The finalists will be reviewed by the LIMA board, which will select a winner to be honored this June at the Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, Nev.
Last year, two winners were inducted into the LIMA Hall of Fame: Howard Roffman, president of Lucas Licensing and the late Stan Clutton, former senior vice president of inventor relations, new business and inbound licensing at Fisher-Price.
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