Former Springs ceo enters American Textile Hall of Fame
September 27, 2012,
The American Textile Hall of Fame was initiated in 2001 by the American Textile History Museum in Lowell to honor individuals, corporations and institutions that have made significant contributions to the textile industry in America, as well as those who advanced the place, role, and appreciation of textiles in American life. Shima is the first non-American recipient of the honor.
"Mr. Scotese and Dr. Shima have each had a profound impact on the textile industry in unique ways," said ATHM president and ceo Jonathan Stevens. "They are worthy of great recognition for contributions they made to shape the history and future of textiles, and we are honored to pay tribute to their achievements."
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