Second Annual Greenlee Experience Celebrates Electrical, Mechanical, and Plumbing Trades

Greenlee Experience Contest

August 22, 2023

Greenlee®, a part of Emerson’s professional tools portfolio, recently welcomed guests of the second annual Greenlee Experience for an all-expenses-paid, three-day trip at one of their manufacturing facilities. The once-in-a-lifetime trip included VIP professional and networking experiences, including an opportunity to shape future tool development and build a custom iconic Greenlee Knockout Kit.

“We had the best time giving our guests the VIP treatment and saying thank you to the hardworking professionals who help keep our country running,” said Adele Hendrix, product marketing manager, Greenlee for Emerson. “For the second year now, Greenlee Experience was memorable for all involved and our team can’t wait to get started on next year’s event.”

Participants came from across the country and echoed this same enthusiasm for the trip.

“The trip of a lifetime! Forever grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such an amazing experience with so many wonderful people. Happy hour, plant tour, demos, delicious food, a Cleveland Guardians game, and memories for a lifetime,” said Roberto Reyes, Experience participant.

Guests also had the opportunity to network with guests of RIDGID® Experience, a similar contest hosted by professional tools brand RIDGID. The two concurrent events created a full-scale celebration of the electrical, mechanical and plumbing trades.

Details on the next Greenlee Experience Contest in 2024 will be announced early next year.

Emerson’s professional tools business includes Greenlee as well as the RIDGID® and Klauke® brands and provides the industry’s broadest portfolio of advanced, reliable tools and technologies for the mechanical, electrical and plumbing trades globally. Visit emerson.com/professionaltools for more information.

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