SEMA Hall of Fame In­ductees Named

Street Rodder - - Street Corner -

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Ed Pink, Chris Thom­son, and Don­nie Eatherly, who were in­ducted into the SEMA Hall of Fame on July 20.

Le­gendary race en­gine builder Ed Pink is a pioneer in hot rod­ding. Since open­ing his first shop in 1957, he has built en­gines for vir­tu­ally ev­ery type of rac­ing. Read more at hotrod.com/ar­ti­cles/1208rc-the-ed-pink-story.

Chris Thom­son has held ex­ec­u­tive po­si­tions at Baer Brakes, Ai­raid/K&N Fil­ter Co., Hol­ley, FlowTech, and most re­cently TMG Per­for­mance Prod­ucts. He has served on the SEMA Board of Direc­tors nu­mer­ous times.

Don­nie Eatherly is the pres­i­dent and co-owner of P&E Distrib­u­tor, the ware­house distrib­u­tor car­ry­ing hundreds of prod­ucts. He has served on the SEMA Board of Direc­tors, SEMA Po­lit­i­cal Ac­tion Com­mit­tee, and var­i­ous SEMA coun­cils.

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