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International Monster Truck Museum Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Class

(Auburn, Indiana – IMTM PR) – The International Monster Truck Museum announced today the 2015 Hall of Fame Class of Inductees, which will include Billy Joe Miles, David Morris, Gene Patterson and Alan Tura. The announcement was made at the 4-Wheel Jamboree Nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana.

These legends of monster trucks will be officially inducted at the 5th Annual IMTM Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Reunion on Saturday, November 14th, 2015 in Auburn, Indiana.

Gene Patterson received the highest vote total of any nominee, followed by Alan Tura, David Morris and Billy Joe Miles.

The four inductees came from an incredible group of 20 nominees for induction into the 2015 IMTM Hall of Fame class that included:
– Mark Bendler (1st nomination)
– Gary Cook (2nd nomination)
– Bennett Clark (1st nomination)
– Scott Douglass (1st nomination)
– Seth Doulton (4th nomination)
– Mike Gallaway (2nd nomination)
– Bob George (4th nomination)
– Billy Joe Miles (4th nomination)
– Bobby Holman (3rd nomination)
– Jack Koberna (1st nomination)
– Dave Marquart (4th nomination)
– John Moore (1st nomination)
– David Morris (3rd nomination)
– Mike Nickel (1st nomination)
– Gene Patterson (2nd nomination)
– Charlie Pauken (2nd nomination)
– Jerry Richmond (2nd nomination)
– Cliff Starbird (3rd nomination)
– Alan Tura (3rd nomination)
– Terry Woodcock (2nd nomination)

Tickets for the 5th Annual IMTM Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Reunion are on sale now at www.MonsterMuseum.org. Don’t miss your chance to see these legends of monster trucks inducted into the IMTM Hall of Fame in person. Tickets are $35 which includes admission to the event, a commemorative poster featuring the honorees, a meet & greet and autograph session with the inductees, a buffet style dinner and beverage service. You can also reserve your tickets by calling 260-925-1951.

The International Monster Truck Museum & Hall of Fame congratulates this year’s class of inductees along with all of those nominated, and sincerely thanks everyone for their support.

About the International Monster Truck Museum & Hall of Fame

The International Monster Truck Museum & Hall of Fame was established in 2010 with the mission of collecting and archiving the history of the monster truck sport and related aspects of the high performance aftermarket, focusing upon capturing history from the surviving pioneers and legends. Each year, the International Monster Truck Museum will honor the most accomplished and significant people in the history of monster trucks with induction into its Hall of Fame.

Through the accumulation of vehicles, oral histories, videos and still images, the International Monster Truck Museum & Hall of Fame will provide a documented history and an entertaining and educational retrospective display about the birth and growth of a purely North American year round motor sport that is geared toward the entire family and the industry it launched for future generations.

More information on the International Monster Truck Museum & Hall of Fame can be found on the organization’s official website, www.MonsterMuseum.org. All of the latest news and updates can be followed on the organization’s Facebook at www.Facebook.com/MonsterMuseum.