Royal Recogntion Facts, Part 1

Shown left to right: Walker & Wille

In honor of Royal Recognition turning the big 3-0, we present you with part one of RRI Facts:

  • We began in 1983 as a family owned and operated business and remain that way to this day
  • Our clients range from businesses with 10 employees to 100,000+, proving that no organization is too large or too small to appreciate its employees
  • We started out as two separate businesses – one did promotional items & one service awards – and merged to become a total recognition solution
  • We have the capability to do our own embroidery, glass etching, machine engraving, sublimation printing, and die stuck pins in-house
  • Royal has been a certified Woman Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) since its inception
  • The principles we were founded upon are the same we operate by today
  • In 2013, our headquarters is expanding an additional 35,000 square feet to include several more workspaces, an additional conference room and more
  • Our service award catalogs offer unparalleled variety and well-known brand names such as Sony, Waterford Crystal, TaylorMade, Trek Bicycles, Bosch tools and others
  • Our office mascots are Walker (shown above on left) & Willie (right), two beautiful and very friendly retired Samoyed show dogs
  •  We annually donate a large sum of our business’ income to charitable organizations such as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Elmbrook Humane Society, Froedtert Hospital Foundation and several others in our community

New Whitepaper: The Finer ‘Points’ of Employee Recognition Programs

Be informed on the differences between ‘points-based’ and ‘traditional’ Service Award Programs by downloading our latest white paper: The Finer ‘Points’ of Employee Recognition Programs

Creating Culture Through TeamworkStill have looming questions? Don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail or phone, or leave a comment below.

Valentine's Day Giveaway Winners: Announced!

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Thank you to everyone who entered and congratulations to our giveaway winners:

Tracy J.
Maggie B.
Karen H.

We hope you enjoy your beautiful roses trimmed in 24K gold & that everyone had a very happy Valentine’s Day. Now… what should we do with the 2,894 Sweet-tarts Hearts?

Winners have been notified.

Valentines Day Giveaway!

Can YOU predict how many conversations are being held by the hearts in this 10″ x 5 1/2″ jar?

Guess the amount of hearts in this jar and win a gold-lacquered rose!

Guess how many candy hearts are and you could win one of the lacquered roses trimmed in 24 karat gold in the photo!

One entry per person, please. Winners will be posted Friday, February 15th.

Good luck and Happy Valentines Day!