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Five area executives inducted into Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame

Five area executives named by the Florida Council on Economic Education were inducted Thursday evening into the 27th annual Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame: Tom Hall of the Tucker/Hall public relations firm; Irwin Novack, CEO of the Kane's Furniture chain of stores; Gary Sasso, CEO of Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, Tampa Bay's largest law firm; Chuck Sykes, CEO of the international call center firm Sykes Enterprises LLC; and (in memoriam) Dick Saterbo, co-founder of Colorado Boxed Beef Co. in Auburndale. The five, which join nearly 170 existing Hall of Fame business members, were honored at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa.

Five area executives inducted into Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame 03/06/14 [Last modified: Thursday, March 6, 2014 6:57pm]
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