We wish you the happiest of Thanksgivings! 🦃
“I am thankful for each of you and the huge difference you make in the success of the company, and the communities we live in. You are more than employees. You are a family. You are difference makers in our world. Thank you for the many ways you contribute to RDI’s can-do spirit, and help further our impact in the world.
This week’s Thanksgiving holiday offers a special opportunity to reflect on our many blessings and to be grateful for the gifts we have received. We are mindful of those less fortunate and struggling in our country and our world. Thanksgiving is an invitation to re-dedicate ourselves in our own special way to make a difference in people’s lives that depend on us.” -Bronson Trebbi
As Thanksgiving and the holiday season approach, we took the opportunity to find out what some of our colleagues on the East and West coasts are thankful for! Many of you shared that your health, family, friends, loved ones, and above all, your RDI community were top of your gratitude lists.
From the bottom of our hearts to yours, we cannot thank you enough for all you do 🙏 Make sure you have some tissues on hand; this video might conspire to make you shed a tear or two.
Featuring the one, the only LiveWell Director: Jace Mullins! Jace pops on to update us on our most recent LiveWell challenge: you have until November 27th to join the November LiveWell Challenge and score some fantastic prizes! From RDI swag bottles, bags, and t-shirts to a BRAND NEW swag item (sweatpants!!), there just might be something for everyone 🏆 Cook a healthy meal, take a picture of it, and post it on the LiveWell Facebook Page to earn 1 Raffle Ticket (3 Maximum).
Make sure you catch the upcoming Raffle Video on the ELL Well Facebook page–on November 28th!–to see if you won!
We say it time and time again: RDI’s strength is our people.
Join us in celebrating this week’s anniversaries, from year 1 all the way to 20+!
As Veteran’s Day comes around on November 11th, this month’s featured course focuses on the history, public and cultural practice, and individual observances of this U.S. holiday. Not to exclude our Nogales and Hermosillo sites, we also include an exploration into similar practices within Mexican culture.