Mascot – Part-Timer Tucker

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We’d like to take the opportunity to introduce our official part-time mascot, Tucker. From time to time, Tucker likes to supervise the Royal Team with his fellow full time dog companions Wille & Walker.

Key Stats:

  • Name: Tucker Gene Cull
  • Breed: Samoyed
  • Birthday: 10/2009
  • Favorite Food: Bananas
  • Best Friends: Willie & Walker

Favorite Things To Do:

  • Eat cookies
  • Play with Leo the Lion
  • Watch Twilight Movies with Mom
  • Come to Work with Dad
  • Wear Bow-Ties
  • Play Outside in the Snow

We look forward to the days when Tucker tours the office, charming everyone in his path!

Construction Progress Update: Part 3

In order to better serve our client’s needs, Royal Recognition is adding an additional docking bays to our facilities. During the cold snap last week, we witnessed the concrete being poured in below freezing weather.

Steam rises from the fresh asphalt as the workers keep it level.

Steam rises from the fresh asphalt as the workers keep it level.

Check out the steam coming off the hot asphalt in this video:

If your job is primarily indoors during the harsh winter–be thankful!

Construction Progress Update: Part 2

It’s another beautiful (but chilly) day at Royal Recognition! This week, crews created the framework for our new loading dock — digging out what will soon become an additional loading bay, carving out a section of the ground large enough for trucks to back into, framing the garage door sized hole in with cinder block and more.

Construction equipment chips away at the soil next to the building while crews make sure the ground stays level.

Heavy duty construction equipment chips away at the soil next to the building while crews make sure the ground stays on the correct decline.

It’s fascinating to watch the changes taking place each day, including what is going on inside the warehouse. The workers have built an entire insulated enclosure (which you can see in the photo above) to protect against the elements during the brisk Wisconsin winters. The wood planks are used as “doors” when crews are done working for the day.

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Alternate photo of additional loading bay. Extra equipment sits behind machinery ready for use.

Next week, additional blacktop will be torn up and gravel laid to make way for the sloped concrete loading bay. Watch for more photos next week!

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