SouperStructures 2008

December 8, 2008 § 1 Comment

The creative geniuses at Applied Materials host a year-long Food and Fund Drive to raise money, food and awareness for the Food Bank. They hold various events, including the SouperStructures contest. This year, six teams participated, each creating a theme and designing structures from canned-goods, to be donated to the Food Bank.

 

2008 SOUPerstructures winner - B33

2008 SOUPerstructures winner - B33

Of the six teams, this year’s winner is: drum role please…Building #33

 

B33’s SouperStructure is based on “Technology Working to End Hunger.” They designed an IPOD with the slogan, “An Apple a Day Keeps Hunger Away.” Sixty-two employees used 549 cans to create the overall design and build. Congratulations, B33!

 

Other structures and themes included: Rubik’s Cube, Hungry Man with a Pleasant Suprise, End Hunger, The Little Engine that Could, and Improving the Way You Live. Click here to see more photos.

 

Through this event, Applied Materials donated more than 2,500 cans of nutritous food to the Food Bank.

 

Thank you for support!

 

 

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