Hackettstown, New Jersey—The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) is accepting nominations to be inducted into the Kitchen and Bath Hall of Fame. The nomination period will end at 5 p.m. on Oct. 30 for 2021.
Honourees are recognized for their contributions to the development of the kitchen and bath industry. All nominees are reviewed based on outstanding industry contributions, leadership, and corporate citizenship. Although members are not limited to NKBA members, nominations must be submitted by NKBA members. Each selection is based on merit of the nominee, not by the number of nominations and must be submitted online.
“The Kitchen and Bath Hall of Fame is a who’s who of the kitchen and bath design and construction industry,” said Bill Darcy, CEO of NKBA. “They are visionaries, inventors, designers and educators. There are many people in our industry who fit this profile and are deserving of being recognized.”
The Kitchen and Bath Hall of Fame was created in 1989 and has inducted more than 90 individuals. In 2020, Kathleen Parrott, educator at Virginia Tech and founding faculty member of Virginia Tech’s Center for Real Life Design, was inducted into the hall.
New inductees will be recognized at the 2021 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) on Feb. 8.