The Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame (CMHOF) has announced that Roger Pelletier (Quebec), Tony Fletcher (Quebec) and Dave Munroe (Nova Scotia) have joined their Board of Directors. “Having these well-known and experienced motorcycle enthusiasts join us is a tremendous asset,” said Chair Kellee Irwin.
Roger Pelletier has already been tasked with chairing the Organizing Committee for the Seventh Annual CMHOF Induction Banquet and Reunion scheduled to take place in Montreal on November 3, 2012. “I’m very enthusiastic about this first visit of the CMHOF Induction Banquet and Reunion to Montreal,” said Pelletier. “It puts an emphasis on the potential Hall of Fame nominations from Quebec and Atlantic Canada.” Pelletier is a former public official who served with both the Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec. Now retired, he is on the Board of Directors of the Fédération Québécoise des Motos Hors Route and is involved with the motorcycle community across his home province.
Tony Fletcher is the former National Motorcycle Director for BMW Group Canada and established the wholesale and retail dealer network for BMW motorcycles in Canada. He also served on the Canada Safety Council Board of Directors, representing the motorcycle industry for the national motorcycle training program and he has a passion for vintage motorcycles.
Former insurance executive Dave Munroe was a partner in a motorcycle dealership and also a former Chair of the CAA. An ardent rider and collector, Munroe also likes to restore vintage motorcycles.
Detailed information regarding the Seventh Annual CMHOF Induction Banquet and Reunion can be obtained by contacting Daniel H. Tessier (firstname.lastname@example.org or at 647-920-1334) or visiting motorcyclehalloffame.ca.