Recently, the ANU Roanoke Valley Campus honored Corrugated Container Corporation (CCC) with the Distinguished Community Employer Award in recognition of the company’s support of ANU graduates and career college education. Clay Hodges, a graduate of the ANU MBA program is currently working at CCC as the quality assurance manager.
Corrugated Container Corporation, which opened in Roanoke in 1963, designs and manufactures corrugated cartons, containers, point-of-purchase (POP) displays, counter displays, retail packaging, and more for many national businesses.
Chad Tyson, the director of Virginia operations for CCC accepted the award from Dr. Annette Chamberlin, director of graduate programs at ANU. “It was an honor to receive this award, to work with an ANU MBA graduate, and we accept it with gratitude,” Mr. Tyson said. “Let this award not only recognize the founders, the families, friends, and employees who helped build the company, but also recognize their contributions to this industry. Through these efforts, Corrugated Container Corporation improved the community and became the place ‘where creativity happens.'"
Photo- Clay Hodges (center), a graduate of the ANU Roanoke Valley Campus’s MBA program and current quality assurance manager for CCC, and Chad Tyson, director of Virginia operations for CCC, accept the ANU Distinguished Community Employer Award from Dr. Annette Chamberlin, director of graduate programs.
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