The mom and pop business is still a necessary part of our community. These are the businesses started by everyday people that are not associated with a big box retailer or a larger commercial place. These are the businesses that look forward to serving the community with their services and goods and ask nothing in return other than your continued support. When these new businesses open up a lot of towns and municipalities welcome them to the fold and when they are welcomed they honored in a special way.
One such example is the newest business in Bangor, Pennsylvania titled “Grace on Broadway.” “Grace on Broadway” is a store of odds and ends and refurbished furniture that many would describe as shabby chic. They recently celebrated their Grand Opening in the small town of Bangor with a party of sorts that welcomed them into the community. One of those in attendance for the event was Pennsylvania Senator Mario Scavello. He attended the festivities to not only welcome them into the community but to celebrate the accomplishments of “Grace on Broadway” for achieving their goal to successfully open this business. Not only did the store have a formal ribbon cutting, but during the ceremony, they were presented with an award of recognition by the senator. The certificate was placed inside a Presenta Plaque kit and recognized their hard work and welcomed them into the town.
What makes this plaque so special is that this gives them a permanent reminder of what it was like to get this all put together. This is something that can be proudly displayed in the store for all who visit to see. It can serve as a reminder of the work they put into the business and the feeling they got when it was successfully opened. It can help start up a wall within their shop where they can portray other achievements and milestones. Perhaps the next plaque could be the first dollar they made. Maybe there is a plaque to celebrate the 100th customer. Another reason would be to recognize other employees when they do well. Maybe it can be a reminder of their first anniversary. Whatever the cause is Presenta Plaque has a plaque kit available to help you display it.
These small businesses work harder and longer days than most big box retailers. Many times the people who own them are the only employees there and that means at least a six day work week to make sure their business thrives. When they do a little recognition is nice and means the world to them. You can only imagine what it felt like to have a Senator recognize the achievement of “Grace on Broadway” in Bangor, PA. Presenta Plaque of course is proud to be a part of the recognition.
When you have a recognition come up like this, remember Presenta Plaque can help you properly display it. Their plaque kits are stylish, affordable and easy to assemble. It takes just a few moments of time to put this all together for a business, but the end result can and will last a lifetime.
Categories: pocket plaques, Rewarding Others, Rewards and Recognition
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