The New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) has announced plans for a state-of-the-art exhibition of its inductees at Newark Liberty International Airport starting in 2018, the company said.
Highlighting the lives of inductees through posters, videos and five hologram units, the exhibition is designed to inspire people to pursue the full potential of their own lives.
Holograms in both Terminals B and C will feature NJHOF inductees such as astronaut Mark Kelly and international recording artist Wyclef Jean and prompt airport patrons to learn more through questions and recorded answers. The exhibition in Terminal B will include video monitors and a poster campaign.
Installation of the exhibition will take place throughout 2018 starting with two hologram units this December and three additional by the end of March along with the poster campaign. Video monitors will be installed by the Spring and the wall of fame by the Fall.
The Foundation for New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) is a non-profit organization honoring citizens who have made invaluable contributions to society, the State of New Jersey, and the world beyond. Since 2008, the NJHOF has hosted nine ceremonies for over 150 notable individuals and groups that have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Inductees have included Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Buzz Aldrin, Toni Morrison, Yogi Berra, Bruce Springsteen, Norman Schwarzkopf, Jon Bon Jovi, Queen Latifah, Michael Douglas, Tony Bennett, Susan Sarandon, and Jack Nicholson. For more information on the NJHOF, its mission and inductees, go to www.njhalloffame.org.