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Thundering Up at 180 Medical

Thundering Up at 180 Medical

When NBA playoff season rolls around, 180 Medical employees love “thundering up” to celebrate our home team, the Oklahoma City Thunder. Each year, we all go big while showing our support for our local team in a fun way at work.

Thundering Up at 180 Medical

At 180 Medical, we work hard to take excellent care of our customers requiring catheters, incontinence, and ostomy supplies. However, that doesn’t mean it’s all seriousness all the time. We love celebrating fun holidays, having decoration contests, and more.

Each year, when our local home team makes it to the NBA playoffs, we decorate our desks in the Thunder’s colors of orange and blue. This year, our employees really went all out!

180 Medical employees thundering up in orange and blue

They decorated all around their work areas, desks, and offices. They even adorned the hallways of 180 Medical with balloons and crepe paper. We thought you might like to see a few of the pictures that show our love for the Oklahoma City Thunder team!

Office decorations for Thunder Up Week at 180 Medical
While we here at 180 Medical make sure to work hard and take care of our customers, we also like to make time to have a little fun, and that’s just one of the many reasons why 180 Medical has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Oklahoma for six years!

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About the Author
Jessica is the Sr. Marketing Specialist at 180 Medical, where she's worked for 12 years. She loves seeing the positive impact we make on our customers' lives through our values of compassion and education.

Outside of work, you can find her at her favorite local coffee shop, hanging out at home with her husband and their dogs, or browsing garden centers, where she will almost certainly buy another plant she doesn't really need.