Past Inductees of the Dealerscope Hall of Fame
Every year Dealerscope has the pleasure of honoring the most influential leaders in consumer technology with the Dealerscope Hall of Fame Awards. The inductees are selected by the magazine staff after consulting with various members of the industry. This year, Dealerscope honors five individuals from the retailing and manufacturing parts of the industry. These inductees represent the best and brightest talent in the consumer electronics world. They have singled themselves out through their vision, leadership and accomplishments, and have helped shape the industry for the better. In the pages that follow we profile this year’s inductees and allow them to share their experiences and
Dealerscope is proud to announce new inductees into its Hall of Fame, who will be honored at the 1999 International CES: Dr. Sidney Harman of Harman International, Anne Howard of Sharp Electronics Corp., Noel Lee of Monster Cable Products and Donald Patrican of Maxell Corp. of America. We congratulate this year's inductees on their individual contributions to the consumer electronics industry. Past Hall of Fame Inductees Winter CES 1992 Robert Borchart, Recoton Harry Elias, JVC Richard Kraft, Matushita Electric Corp. of America Harold 'Hal' Schafer, Frigidaire Winter CES 1993 Minoru Arakawa, Nintendo John McDonald, Casio Jack Weyman, EIA Winter CES 1994 Henry Brief, ITA
When Ivor Allsop died October 12 at 82, he left a rich legacy. Allsop Inc., founded in his garage over 30 years ago, has become a company of avid tinkerers, related by blood and business, who believe the world is theirs to improve by invention and redesign, holding over 450 patents world wide. These people also are avid capitalists, so if there's money to be made by improving or developing a product, look out: Anything is fair game. For this legacy of innovation and marketing saavy, Dealerscope names the late Ivor Allsop and his sons Jim and Mike to its Hall of Fame.