NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame
Gough TWL are proud to announce their involvement as co-sponsors of the inaugural NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame.
The NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame has been established to honour and applaud the outstanding contribution many individuals have made to the New Zealand Road Transport Industry.
These individuals are legends in their own right, having contributed significant time, effort and resources, forging the way for the future of road transport in NZ.
The Hall of Fame is the brainchild of Scott and Jocelyn O'Donnell of H W Richardson Group and has been introduced as a result of their attendance and subsequent interest in the Alice Springs Road Transport Hall of Fame.
The NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame is being developed as a means to honour industry legends by inducting those selected into the Hall of Fame. It will provide like-minded people with the opportunity to reunite annually and share in celebrating individuals accolades.
Each year up to 8 individuals will be inducted into the Hall of Fame, chosen from nominees presented by each Regional Road Transport Association, individuals who had been previously nominated but not selected; and any other individuals the selection panel have identified as potentially suitable.
The selection process is run by a selection panel of three; Graham Sheldrake (President RTANZ), Scott O'Donnell (Director of NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame) and Warren Hamilton (RTANZ Representative).
The inaugural Gala dinner and awards ceremony will be held on the 28th September 2012 at the Bill Richardson Truck Museum in Invercargill.
If you are interested in attending this black-tie event and enjoying some traditional southern hospitality, tickets will go on sale at the official website from the 1st of July.
To find out more visit: WWW.ROADTRANSPORTHALLOFFAME.CO.NZ