Tampa Bay Business Hall Of Fame

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Thursday, March 26, 2020
Tampa Convention Center
5:30 pm: Grand Reception
6:30 pm: Dinner & Induction Ceremony

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Dear Friends,

The Florida Council on Economic Education (FCEE) is delighted to host the 33rd Annual Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame on Thursday, March 26th at the Tampa Convention Center. On this special day, Jack Harrell, Dwayne Hawkins, Pam Iorio and Tom Wallace will be inducted as the Class of 2020 in what has become the Must Attend event of the year. This year’s ceremony will celebrate the Class of 2020 and all Tampa Bay Hall of Fame members who are seen as “Visionaries” in their fields.

We are delighted to Co-Chair the 33rd Annual Hall of Fame in recognition of these exceptional business and civic champions. we look forward to a memorable, fun event that will celebrate the accomplishments, leadership and service of the Honorees, and support the critical work of the FCEE in preparing our young people to become productive members of the workforce, responsible consumers and wise investors.

Please join us on March 26th as we honor the Class of 2020, salute 33 years of Hall of Famers, and promote economic and personal finance education in K-12 schools throughout Tampa Bay and Florida!

Co-Chairmen, 2020 Event & Selection Committee

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Oscar Horton
Class of 2010

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Darryl LeClair
Class of 2015


EVENT PURPOSE & HISTORY

Since 1988, the Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame has recognized exceptional individuals who’ve distinguished themselves through their contributions to the Tampa Bay community. The honor is reserved for leaders who’ve made significant impacts through their business and civic achievements and by serving as lifelong examples of integrity and high ideals. Members of the Hall of Fame are inspirations to young people who will follow in their footsteps.
Proceeds from the Hall of Fame support the economic, financial literacy and free enterprise education programs of the FCEE and the Gus A. Stavros Center for Free Enterprise & Economic Education at the University of South Florida. Established by statewide business leaders in 1975, the FCEE provides teacher training programs, curricula, student competitions and other educational resources free-of-charge to thousands of teachers each year throughout the state’s K-12 system. By investing in the economic and financial “know how” of our children, the Tampa Bay business community has a tremendous influence in developing the informed and responsible employees, citizens and leaders of tomorrow.

EVENT AUDIENCE

This celebration is the Must Attend business event of the year! Induction into the Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame is a prestigious honor; over 600 attendees join the region’s most influential leaders in business, education, philanthropy and government in celebrating this special occasion.


  • For a complete list of Hall of Fame Members, Click Here

Inductee Selection Criteria

Nominate / Apply Online

Nominations for the class of 2021 are  open. Please fill out the form below or email Suzanne Costanza at scostanza@fcee.org with your candidates information.

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