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June 8, 2009

License Plates


It’s 5:04 p.m. on a normal Tuesday afternoon. The parking lot is starting to empty and the exits on the Mayo Clinic Arizona campus are busy. I am anxious to get home after a long work day, but while waiting in line to turn right onto 56th Street, I am reminded of the pride we all take in working here.

Directly in front of me are two cars with personalized license plates that say “I SCRUB” and “HAPPYRN.” Even when hurrying home, you can see the pride our Mayo Clinic employees have for the work that they do!

Submitted by: Jacqueline Thesling, Arizona Human Resources

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