April 6, 2017

Marriott Rivercenter Hotel

presented by

Event Information

Junior Achievement of South Texas (JA) recognizes the most esteemed local leaders of business and free enterprise through the annual Business Hall of Fame awards dinner. In honoring them, we hope to inspire others, especially young people, to pursue excellence for a better tomorrow.

JA is proud to announce the 2017 distinguished laureates to be inducted in the San Antonio Business Hall of Fame on April 6, 2017:

The Honorable Esperanza "Hope" Andrade

Andrade Vandeputte

John Peveto, Jr.

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Dr. Ricardo Romo

President, The University of Texas at San Antonio

If you would like more information about this event contact Linda Rimer at 210.490.2007 x112.

Junior Achievement of South Texas

The San Antonio Business Hall of Fame is held annually at the elegant Marriott Rivercenter Hotel downtown San Antonio. All tables seat ten. The higher the level of sponsorship, the more forefront your company's table. Table assignments will be posted at the event.

Sponsorship Information

$15,000

$10,000

$7,500

$5,000

$3,750

$2,500

$250

Platinum

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Leadership

Patron

Individual Seat

To reserve your table or if you need more information, please contact Linda Rimer at 210.490.2007 ext. 112.

All proceeds from the San Antonio Business Hall of Fame will benefit Junior Achievement of South Texas. Junior Achievement will reach over 97,000 students with workforce readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship programs this school year. Junior Achievement is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Previously Inducted

2016

Bartlett Cocke, Jr.

Robert R. Lewis

Clarence J. Kahlig, III

2015

Janie Barrera

Tom Dobson

John L. Nau, III

2014

Curt Anastasio

J. Dan Bates

Ruben Escobedo

2013

The Hasslocher Family

Ed Kelley

Joe Robles, Jr.

2012

Dick Evans

Gordon Hartman

Bill Klesse

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

Tom Benson

Edward & Sam Steves

Graham Weston

John W. Feik

Joseph R. Krier

Bruce A. Smith

The Dawson Family

Bob Marbut

Harvey Najim

Carlos Alvarez

The Cavender Family

Marty Wender

The Miller Family

The Turner Family

Judge Nelson &

Tracy Wolff

Charlie Amato

Michael & Louise Beldon

Gary Dudley

Jack & Laura Richmond

Ernesto Ancira, Jr.

Phyllis Browning

Bruce M. Flohr

W. Marvin Rush

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

Charles Cheever, Jr.

Lila Cockrell

Tres Kleberg

Sam Barshop

Pete Cortez

Peter Holt

Fully Clingman

Buckner Fanning

Jocelyn Levi Strauss

Carl Hilmar Guenther

Gen. Robert T. Herres

Dr. John P. Howe, III

Henry A. Guerra, Jr.

Roger R. Hemminghaus

Edward E. Whitacre, Jr.

Charles Butt

Dr. Ronald K. Calgaard

Bob W. Coleman

Dolph Briscoe

Bill Greehey

Rosemary Kowalski

1997

1996

1995

1994

1993

1992

1991

Frank Benneck, Jr.

Lowry Mays

Dr. John Smith

Junior Achievement

of South Texas hosted

the National Business

Hall of Fame

Christopher Goldsbury

Peter J. Hennessey

James R. Leininger, MD

Lou Nelle & G.J. Sutton

Herb Kelleher

Lionel Sosa

Mary Nan West

Col. Charles Cheever, Sr.

Walter W. McAllister

Irene Wischer

Tom Frost

Robert Luby

Red McCombs

Ray Ellison

Gen. Robert McDermott

Tom Slick

H.B. Zachry

Junior Achievement of South Texas

2017 Sponsors

TITLE SPONSOR

SILVER SPONSORS

BRONZE SPONSORS

PLATINUM SPONSOR

LEADERSHIP SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSORS

V.I.P. Reception Sponsor

PATRON SPONSORS

Bank of American

Broadway Bank

 

Capital One

Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry

 

 

Security Service FCU

Texas Capital Bank

Contact Information

For more information about the San Antonio Business Hall of Fame, contact Linda Rimer at 210.490.2007 x112.

Event Purpose

The San Antonio Business Hall of Fame is a fundraising event for Junior Achievement of South Texas.  This event will assist JA in providing financial literacy to over 97,000 students in south Texas.

Junior Achievement was founded in 1919 and has become the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.  To learn more about JA, visit www.jast.org.

All proceeds from the San Antonio Business Hall of Fame will benefit Junior Achievement of South Texas. Junior Achievement will reach over 95,000 students with workforce readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship programs this school year. Junior Achievement is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization.

403 East Ramsey, Suite 201, San Antonio, Texas 78216  •  P: 210.490.2007  •  www.jast.org