What’s Happening At TCC?
K-Show – Guten Tag!
For the first time ever, TCC hosted an exhibit at the K-Show in Dusseldorf, Germany. Over 230,000 visitors with ties to the rubber and plastics industry navigated the halls of the Messe Dusseldorf. Our international sales team valued face-to-face interactions with customers and suppliers from around the world and enjoyed the hospitality offered at the U.S. Pavilion Exhibitors lounge. In their spare time, our team explored the city sights, especially the promenade along the Rhine River.
TCC Recently Sponsored Project Scientist’s Charlotte Excursion
“It was an eye-opening day to see such enthusiasm from children as young as five-years-old asking women on the trading floor about their experiences” reflected Jessica Baker, TCC Marketing Manager. “Project Scientist’s emphasis on molding a better future for the next generation is precisely the passion that fueled our team at TCC to start our Love Chemistry campaign.”
The Annual Colorado Hunt
Our crew of customers, employees, and suppliers headed to Colorado this October to enjoy a week outdoors. It was a record-breaking year for the crew as they brought home the largest amount of game in the trip’s history, which will feed many families in the months to come. The week was filled with comradery, early mornings, and plenty of camouflage.
Welcome Jill Goldstein, Our New Customer Service Team Member
Jill is responsible for a variety of products at TCC, including urea, melafine, and Nature Flexx 509. Since graduating from college, Jill spent eight years with the Town of Jamestown implementing recreational programs and hosting events for the youth and adults of her hometown. She has lived in Jamestown since she was 13, and currently lives on the island with her six-year-old son, Dylan. She enjoys running, watching the Red sox and Patriots, and Sundays with her family. Jill decided to join the TCC team to make a change that advanced her career. The fact that TCC headquarters is in her hometown was a fortuitous perk.
Several New Additions To The TCC Family: Ray Altenburger, VP Of Business Development celebrated many milestones this summer with his family.
|Erin Altenburger married Luke Forster, originally from Australia.||Eileen (Altenburger) Gerbay, married to Remy Gerbay and
living in London, are now the proud parents of
Ray’s new grandson, Louis August Gerbay, born on the 4th of July.