The Rogers Company received the 2016 Business Longevity Award

The Rogers Company received the 2016 Business Longevity Award from Power Players of Cleveland in recognition for demonstrated ability to adapt and evolve with the changing times for more than 70 years. The Rogers Company is a leader in designing and building immersive marketing environments including trade show displays, show rooms and permanent branded installations for clients in the U.S. and around the world.

Power Players of Cleveland presented the inaugural Business Longevity Awards to 45 Cleveland-area companies with 50 or more years of business at its quarterly luncheon held August 4, 2016. Rick Busby, President of The Rogers Company, and over 15 Rogers Company staff members with the longest company tenure accepted the award. The Rogers Company and other award recipients will also be featured in the August edition of Smart Business magazine.

The Rogers Company team accepts their 2016 Business Longevity Award at the August 4th luncheon event. Which was held down town at the Silver Grille in the historic Higbee Building.

“It is truly an honor to receive this Business Longevity Award,” said Rick Busby, President of The Rogers Company. “While The Rogers Company has changed in many ways over the years, our core values and commitment to creating creative brand-building exhibit and display solutions for our clients has remained the same.”

Founded in 1945 by scenic artist Van Rogers, The Rogers Company emerged as a leading force in the trade show industry. Today, The Rogers Company designs and manufacturers branded environments for trade shows as well as corporate events, showrooms, customer experience centers, corporate interiors and executive conference centers.

“Our team plays a huge role in our success over the years,” said Busby. “We could not have come this far without their creative thinking and commitment to our core values.”

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