RCP HYGEN dance troupe mops up
WINCHESTER, VA — Rubbermaid Commercial Products (RCP) has announced the release of a shareable dance video that showcases the revolutionary Rubbermaid HYGEN clean water system, according to a press release.
Four Shenandoah University Dance Conservatory students formed the "Rubbermaid HYGEN Dance Troupe" and performed a creative interpretation of the use of RCP''s new filter mopping system, the release stated.
According to the release, the dance was first performed live at the ISSA/INTERCLEAN trade show in Las Vegas in October, where the troupe "mopped-up" the crowd with this disruptive product demonstration.
"Rubbermaid Commercial Products is modernizing the cleaning industry with innovative solutions that enable our customers worldwide to do more with less while sustaining and conserving the environment," said Neil R. Eibeler, president of Rubbermaid Commercial Products.
"What better way to showcase the innovative HYGEN clean water system than to demonstrate its fluid, melodic properties through this creative, entertaining video," Eibeler added.
On December 13, RCP will present Shenandoah University with a generous scholarship to support their "Arts Conservatory Program," as a token of their appreciation to the university and the dance students, the release noted.
"I''m delighted Rubbermaid Commercial Products offered this outstanding opportunity to our dance students," said Shenandoah University President Tracy Fitzsimmons.
"The real world situation they are enjoying with this exciting, creative project expands Shenandoah''s classrooms virtually through the online video. I am deeply appreciative to RCP for providing our students with this unique educational experience," Fitzsimmons added.
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