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Thursday, April 25

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    William T. Dillard (1914-2002) - The founder of one of the nation's most successful retail chains, Dillards Department Stores. He was born in Mineral Springs, the son of a country store owner. After graduating from the University of Arkansas and earning an M.A. from Columbia, Dillard gained experience in retail at Sears before opening his own department store in 1938. In 1960 he began his growth with the purchase of Tulsa's financially troubled Brown-Dunkin. Today headquartered in Little Rock, Dillards is one of the largest major department store chains in the country. {william_dillard.jpg}
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    Ed Wilson (unknown) - Born and reared in Rison, is president of Chicago-based Tribune Broadcasting, which owns and operates 23 television stations and WGN radio in Chicago. He began with Fox Broadcasting Company in 2004 as president of the Fox Television Network. He left Fox in February 2008 to join Tribune. Wilson, who began his broadcasting career as sales manager at KATV, Channel 7, in Little Rock, served as president of NBC Enterprises from 2000 to 2004. Before NBC Enterprises, Wilson was president and CEO of CBS Enterprises and Eyemark Entertainment, overseeing syndication of shows “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Touched By An Angel” and “Martha Stewart Living” among others. In 1994 Wilson founded MaXaM Entertainment in partnership with A.H. Belo Corp. The company was sold in January 1996 to CBS. Wilson holds a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Arkansas where he was named an Outstandinng Alumni in 1007. Member of the Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame.
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    Forrest Wood Born and raised in Flippin, he founded Wood Manufacturing Company and designed the Ranger Boat, America's No. 1 bass boat. He produced his first custom-built boat in 1968. Among his many accomplishments in the bass-boat manufacturing industry are the use of steel conduit to encase electrical wiring, level flotation -- now required in all small outboard boats by the Coast Guard -- aerated live wells to allow catch and release without harming fish and the use of powerful engines. The bass tournament arm of Wood Manufacturing -- the FLW Tour -- is named after him. Member of the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) Hall of Fame.
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    Early in his career, he was into a hitting slump.His manager wanted him to sit out and his teamates didnt want him to sit out.After that he played super well and became famous.he is one of the famous Arkansan. {Brooks Robinson.JPG}
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    Kemmons Wilson (1913-2003) - This Osceola native founded and opened the first Holiday Inn in 1952 in Memphis. In 1953 he formed Holiday Inns of America and served as chairman and chief executive officer until 1979. After retiring, he developed the world's largest time-share establishment, Orange Lake Country Club, which is located near Disney World. He is credited with revolutionizing the lodging industry by bringing affordable and comfortable lodging to millions. {kemmons-wilson.jpg}
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    William T. Dillard (1914-2002) - The founder of one of the nation's most successful retail chains, Dillards Department Stores. He was born in Mineral Springs, the son of a country store owner. After graduating from the University of Arkansas and earning an M.A. from Columbia, Dillard gained experience in retail at Sears before opening his own department store in 1938. In 1960 he began his growth with the purchase of Tulsa's financially troubled Brown-Dunkin. Today headquartered in Little Rock, Dillards is one of the largest major department store chains in the country. {william_dillard.jpg}

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