NJA Hall of Fame Nomination Form
The National Judges Association Hall of Fame was established in 2009 to honor those extremely dedicated and deserving individuals who have helped foster the growth and development of the NJA and the Tournament of Bands and Tournament Indoor Associations. It is fitting that the National Judges Association identify and recognize those members who contributed significantly to the success of the organization over the past 56 years.

It is in this vein that the NJA Hall of Fame was created in 2010, and that the first inductee was only one person, the founder, William "Windy" Wildemore.

Anyone current or former NJA member can nominate an individual for this esteemed honor. To nominate a candidate for the NJA Hall of Fame, please complete and submit the application below.

NJA Hall of Fame Eligibility:
- 15 years or more of service to the National Judges Association
- Service to NJA beyond judging
- Administrative/Supervisory
- Volunteering
- Outreach / Journalism / National Level Judging (DCI, DCA, WGI)
- Extraordinary Service - Non-Member or Short-term NJA Member

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In this section please list the nominee's specific accomplishments and why you feel this person is deserving of such an honor. Please include any special recognition or contribution to the National Judges Association. You are welcome to include information on a regional, national, DCI/DCA/WGI level as well. Please choose your words carefully! Comments are limited to 2500 characters (about 4 paragraphs - Spaces count as a character). *
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