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For Immediate Release
Friday - August 09, 2013
Attention Bayer U.S. Retirees: Your Bayer 150th Anniversary Gift will be Delivered On or Around August 16

As you may already know, this year Bayer is celebrating its 150th anniversary and its status as an innovation company of global renown.

This achievement is due in large part to those who worked so hard to make Bayer what it is today. In recognition of these efforts, Bayer is providing a commemorative Anniversary Book to every regular employee who retired prior to 2013. The gift will be sent to each retiree’s home on or around Friday, August 16, via UPS.

The theme of the Anniversary Book is “The Inventor Company.” It describes how outstanding scientists and inventions shaped our company's history. We hope that it will remind you of your contributions to the growth of our company and strengthen your connection to the Bayer family.

If you do not receive the gift or have any other questions or concerns, please contact Bridget McCourt in Bayer Corporate Communications at bridget.mccourt@bayer.com to report the problem.

  

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