SEMA Hall of Fame Inductees Named
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.