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#ShineForTheFrontline 2022

Feb 02, 2022

U.S. Engineering

On Wednesday, January 19, 2022, businesses in Kansas City and beyond lit up their buildings, and people made noise and flashed lights to #ShineForTheFrontline. U.S. Engineering’s headquarters in Kansas City glowed blue to show support for frontline workers.

The event was born out of U.S. Engineering CEO Tyler Nottberg’s open letter of thanks to healthcare workers, public safety officials and educators for their dedication and sacrifice as the pandemic continues. In the letter, Tyler asked business leaders and others to flash lights and make noise for five full minutes on January 19. In Kansas City, participants included Arrowhead Stadium, The K, the Nelson Atkins Museum, Country Club Plaza, Union Station and many other landmarks around town.

KCTV 5 was one of the local news stations that covered the #ShineForTheFrontline event

While the event itself only lasted five minutes, its impact can last longer if you share some of the following social posts in your networks. We’ve included some posts below, or you can search #ShineForTheFrontline on your favorite social media platform. 

Let’s continue to #ShineForTheFrontline! 

#ShineForTheFrontline Social Media Posts

U.S. Engineering #ShineForTheFrontline Photos & Video

Here are a few photos and videos of our Kansas City office lit up in blue. We’re also including a video from one of our Rocky Mountain team members, Chad Lucks (Quality Control Manager).


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