This year, everyone at Mannington has celebrated our Centennial with gusto. From amusement parks and ball parks to country fairs and medieval castles, our associates, retirees and their families joined in the fun. Now as our big birthday year draws to a close, we can’t help but smile when looking back at some of the special moments we shared. Like these…
1,000 Mannington associates kicked things off in our Centennial video birthday card.
Campbell family matriarch Ann (Buffy) Campbell gave an inspired toast during our Centennial Gala at Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center, located just steps from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall where the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were signed.
At Surfaces, Mannington dealers took a trip down musical memory lane with four guys close to our Southern NJ-based hearts—The Jersey Boys.
Mannington associates enjoyed a picnic and a day of outdoor entertainment at Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park, home to the world’s largest piece of exposed granite and a 3,200-acre natural wonderland filled with family-friendly activities.
It was fun for all at the Salem County Fairgrounds during our Centennial picnic for Salem, New Jersey, associates, retirees and their families.
Here’s how we stopped traffic in Calhoun, Georgia, and gave Mannington fans something to honk about.
Across the pond, our Amtico associates and their families stepped back in time for a day of medieval merriment at England’s historic Warwick Castle, built by William the Conqueror in the 10th century.
Mannington Commercial hosted a day of fun at the Calhoun, Georgia, Fairgrounds with food, games and rides for everyone.
In High Point, our associates doubled up on all-American fun with a family picnic followed by night at the ballpark to see the Greensboro Grasshoppers minor league team play. One of our associates even threw out the first pitch!
As icing on the birthday cake, Mannington received special recognition from the U.S. Congress and the New Jersey State House for reaching our Centennial milestone and being named named “New Jersey Family Business of the Year 2016” by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Rothman Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship (an institution ranked among the top 20 in the nation by the Princeton Review).
No doubt about it, Mannington’s Centennial year will be one we’ll remember for years to come. We hope you will, too!