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Rogers Annual Party in China Dancing

Each year, Rogers Asia holds a party in China to celebrate the company’s year of work and the upcoming Chinese Lunar Spring Festival. Held in Suzhou, this year’s annual party theme of “Power the Future” encouraged employees to reflect on Rogers’ history; from humble beginnings in 1832 as a paper mill to growing into a multinational enterprise in engineered materials 186 years later.

More than 900 employees attended the event, sparking an electrifying setting from start to finish. Before entering the banquet room, attendees walked through a “Time Tunnel” displaying Rogers’ innovative history presented on a series of murals. At the end of the tunnel, a large 3D Rogers’ Spaceship model presented a fun photo opportunity. Rocking music and heartfelt applause welcomed guests into the party, creating a fun atmosphere that lasted throughout the night.

Rogers Annual Party in China Group Photo

To kick things off, the Asia Management and Asia Leadership Teams presented an energizing dance performance. Then, after an inspiring speech from President and CEO Bruce Hoechner and Rogers Asia President Helen Zhang, both Bruce and Helen joined Chief Human Resources Officer Gary Glandon and VP of Process Excellence and Supply Chain Gustavo Araujo to sing the classic ballad “Sweet Caroline.” The night continued with performances given by staff from different departments, culminating in a freestyle dance for all attendees at the end of the evening.

Rogers Annual Party in China - Group on Stage

The heavy snow and cold weather outside did not detract from the warm party environment. In fact, there is a Chinese proverb that states a heavy snow brings a fruitful year, a statement we will work to bring to fruition for Rogers in 2018. Thank you to those who celebrated at the Annual Party and to all employees who continue to help Rogers power, protect, connect our world. Be sure to check out the video for a preview of our rich Rogers’ culture.

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Published on Mar 07, 2018

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