Articles about Ray's Life

Georgia Historical Society Announces the Collection of Environmental Visionary Ray C. Anderson Now Open For Research

The Georgia Historical Society (GHS) is pleased to announce that the collection of the late Ray C. Anderson, the visionary industrialist, environmentalist, and founder of Interface, Inc., is now available for research at the GHS Research Center in Savannah and online through the GHS online finding aids. The collection was donated to GHS by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and Interface, Inc. in late 2015.

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Ray's Story Featured in History Piece in Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine

Ray's story is a history feature in Georgia Tech's Alumni Magazine (Volume 92 - Winter 2016)

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John Lanier's Interview on Georgia News Network

John Lanier was interviewed by John Clark on Georgia News Network, talking about Ray Anderson, his legacy, and the impact it still has through the Ray C. Anderson Foundation

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Ray C. Anderson's Collection Featured in Georgia History Today - Georgia Historical Society's Magazine

In 2015, the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and Interface, Inc. donated the Ray C. Anderson Collection to the Georgia Historical Society. The Collection is featured in Georgia History Today - Spring/Summer 2016 Issue

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Grads Urged to Find Passion - Laura Turner Seydel's Commencement Address at LaGrange College

Environmentalist charges students to make difference

Laura Turner Seydel, advisory board member for the Ray C. Anderson Foundation encouraged LaGrange College graduates to find inspiration from Ray Anderson, Ted Turner, Sally Bethea and Others

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John Lanier is Guest on "Green Guy" - WGST Talk640 - Atlanta

John Lanier was the guest on Eric Moncrief's Green Guy radio talk show on Sunday, January 10th. He talked about Ray's vision and journey and the legacy that the Foundation is carrying on today.

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The Ray is Unveiled

Mission Zero Corridor Renamed The Ray at RayDay 2015

The Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway, also known as the Mission Zero Corridor, emerged with a new name and new imagery at RayDay 2015.

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A Historical Business Strategy

Article featuring the Foundation and the Georgia Historical Society

The permanent collection of the late visionary businessman-turned-environmentalist, has been jointly donated to the Georgia Historical Society Research Center by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation and Interface, Inc.

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Ray C. Anderson's Collection Finds Permanent Home at the Georgia Historical Society

The collection of the late Ray C. Anderson, visionary industrialist, environmentalist, founder and Chairman of Interface® has been donated to the permanent collection of the Georgia Historical Society Research Center. This important collection was donated by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation jointly with with Interface, Inc.

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