WASHINGTON, DC – Representatives from Winnebago Industries attended a tax reform event at the White House on Thursday.
President and CEO Michael Happe, Director of Corporate Relations Chad Reece, Operations Support Manager for Winnebago Towables Jason Gordon and Senior Lead Person in the motorhome plant Jessica Volk were part of the presentation, which included remarks from President Trump on the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” recent passed on Congress.
Director, Corporate Relations Chad Reece, Senior Lead Person Jessica Volk, Operations Support Manager for Winnebago Towables Jason Gordon, President and CEO Michael Happe.
Senior Lead Person Jessica Volk, President and CEO Michael Happe, Operations Support Manager for Winnebago Towables Jason Gordon.
“As announced in our second quarter earnings release, Winnebago Industries has committed to passing on a portion of the tax reform savings to benefit our dedicated employees in the form of a bonus and other selective wage adjustments, making a donation to our foundation and accelerating facility improvements over the coming months, which will create better work environments,” says. Happe. “We thank the White House for the invitation to attend this event and for allowing us to recognize Jessica Volk and Jason Gordon, who represent the tremendous efforts and dedication of our employee base.”
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