News 4Kids CEO Honored
posted on 2005-01-13 19:37 EST
LIMA, the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association has announced that Al Kahn, the CEO and Chairperson for 4Kids Entertainment, will be inducted into the Murray Altchuler Licensing Hall of Fame on June 22nd at the annual LIMA awards gala in New York City. Candidates for the hall of fame must demonstrate "continual and outstanding" contributions to the licensing industry over a period of at least 10 years.
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