“Commemorating Success Globally”.
That’s our stated mission here at The Corporate Presence.
And success, as we’ve all heard repeatedly, has many definitions, and can take many forms. Sometimes it may involve pulling off the most profitable deal in history; or hitting a 5-year work anniversary; or surviving a trainee program; or just ….surviving.
…and not just surviving in the figurative sense, but in the more elemental, near-death-experience, can’t-believe-I’m-still-intact kind of sense.
Like the soldier who’d had shrapnel surgically removed from the wound he’d narrowly survived—and now wanted us to embed the fragments in Lucite. Or the client who wanted to embed a corroded bolt—the one that had failed to support the metal plate that had then nearly impaled him.
Embedding the shrapnel worked; as shown here, the bolt came out pretty well too.
And then there’s the guy who wanted us to embed some moose manure…..
That was a slightly different story. That worked too—or, at least, the client seemed pleased.