Upjohn Fun Fact #20 

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As I look out of my window today, January 13, 2024 (photo below), I'm reminded of the last site-wide snow day in the history of The Upjohn Company. It was back in January 1982. The forecast was for a bad ice storm. Upjohn canceled work for the day. Every employee was told to stay home. Alas, there was no ice at all so the company had inadvertantly given everyone an extra day of vacation. There were no site-wide snow days after that one. Employees were expected to get into work regardless of the weather.  

   Fun Fact #1 - The Cure  

   Fun Fact #2 - Food Services Coat of Arms  

   Fun Fact #3 - Chocolate Covered Tablets  

   Fun Fact #4 - The First Employee Newsletter  

   Fun Fact #5 - Early Postcard of the Portage Site  

    Fun Fact #6 - Interesting Building Purchases  

   Fun Fact #7 - Upjohn's Worst Product?  

   Fun Fact #8 - License Plates  

   Fun Fact #9 - Upjohn Products in 2019  

   Fun Fact #10 - A Stirring Mystery  

   Fun Fact #11 - Upjohn Hockey Pucks  

   Fun Fact #12 - Oldest Upjohn Product still made by Pfizer  

    Fun Fact #13 - Controversial Upjohn Art  

    Fun Fact #14  - Vitamin Dispenser  

    Fun Fact #15  - Dinner Pills  

    Fun Fact #16  - The Year 1959  

    Fun Fact #17  - Eilaine Roth and the Kalamazoo Lassies  

    Fun Fact #18  - 1940's Model of Building 41 Manufacturing Processes  

   Fun Fact #19  - Bringing Back Samples from Vacation  

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