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Junior Achievement of Southwestern Indiana in Dubois County and title sponsor Bingham Greenbaum Doll LLP, are seeking laureate nominations for the 2016 Dubois County Business Hall of Fame.

The second annual event will be honoring local business leaders to benefit Junior Achievement programs in Dubois County. Last year’s first inductees were SERVUS founder Robert Ruckriegel and Kimball International founder Arnold F. Habig.

Nominees should be individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership as well as made significant contributions to free enterprise and society while serving as inspiring role models for young people. Laureate nominees can either be active, retired, or historical & deceased.

The Dubois County Business Hall of Fame will celebrate the induction of laureates during a breakfast and ceremony on Thursday, May 12, 2016, at 7:30 am at the Huntingburg Event Center. The event was created to recognize icons of local commerce and industry.

The Dubois County Business Hall of Fame will recognize individuals for their business excellence, vision, innovations, inspiring leadership and community service to Dubois County.

All persons wishing to nominate a laureate should fill out a Laureate Nomination Form. This form can be acquired by contacting Al Mihajlovits at (812) 812-639-1751 or at   

For additional information about Junior Achievement of Southwestern Indiana, please call at (812) 425-8152.  Nominations will be accepted through Monday, November 23, 2015.

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