Here’s how to preserve your company’s history
The Hall of Fame is seeking magazine and newspaper articles, press releases, and company newsletters detailing your company and how it has responded to COVID-19. Examples may include shifting manufacturing to address pandemic-related shortages, employee safety programs, community or nationwide initiatives, charitable donations, or other ventures.
Of particular interest are examples of your company's design or production of PPE or other materials manufactured during the pandemic. Photographs or small items, such as a mask or fabric sample, are welcome forms of documentation. Please also include photographs or short video clips, and brief descriptions of the materials you produced, as well as increased safety measures designed to protect employees, clients, buyers, or others.
Digital materials can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Please mail physical items to 202 Neal Place, Suite 101, High Point, NC 27262.
“In the future, when we look back on the response of our industry to the challenges of this unique moment, the Hall of Fame wants to ensure that we preserve a rich record,” McNeill says. “This industry has always been generous and now we need for you to tell us your story, not just to create an industry record, but for the public record, in order to preserve these very special and significant stories.”
For further information, contact Dr. Kyle Hughes, the Hall of Fame historian and curator at 336.882.5900 or by email, email@example.com.