Full Compass Systems Hosts Rotaract Tour for College Students


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Madison, WI - Dec 19, 2011 - Full Compass recently hosted a tour of its facility for Madison-area Rotaract members. Rotaract is a branch of Rotary designated for college students to help develop them as leaders in their workplaces and communities. Participants included students from UW-Madison and Edgewood College.

Roxanne Wenzel, vice president of sales and marketing, launched the tour by providing an overview of Full Compass and the products the company sells. Wenzel then led the group on a tour of the facility, including the company's showroom, production studios, warehouse, on-site restaurant and technology museum.

Roxanne Wenzel leads the tour through the Full Compass facility.

Roxanne Wenzel leads the tour through the Full Compass facility.


After the walking tour, students gathered in Full Compass' largest studio for a 30-minute Q&A session with owner and CEO Jonathan Lipp. Lipp spoke openly and candidly with the students about the company, its origin and where it is headed in the future. He also spoke about the challenges and rewards that business owners face, including advice for the students' future endeavors.




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