RCC Volunteer Highlight: Troy Thompson
As our team prepared to kick off our fall with the “Better Together” series, we wanted to create some fun photo op stations at each of our four local campuses. We brainstormed scenarios that require two people to work, and the first one that came to mind was a see-saw (or teeter-totter…the debate on the actual name has been heated). We couldn’t find anything local except for small playground pieces that couldn’t support more than 50 or 60 pounds. So we threw our need out to RC Creative and connected for the first time with a new RCC member, Troy Thompson. And he CRUSHED it.
Troy not only built a see-saw for each campus, but he did it in the most manly of fashions. He simply asked that we send him a picture of what we wanted and said that he would take things from there. From crafting a design plan, gathering resources, building, painting, and even adding a sweet Rush Creek logo to each piece, Troy did an incredible job. This was his first time to collaborate with our team, and we can’t wait to partner with him again.
Troy’s participation really highlights the heart of the “Better Together” series. We have tons of really talented people across all of our campuses. Our staff can only do so much on our own, but when we partner with other creatives at Rush Creek, the sky is the limit. Troy, thanks for making us better!