MP Makes 10 Year Anniversary Return Visit To Recognition Express
A new Recognition Express territory has been set up in Suffolk, by Stewart Green, 53, who is also the owner of Kall Kwik Bury St Edmunds.
In 2003, MP David Ruffley officially opened Stewart’s Kall Kwik centre. Ten years later, Ruffley returned to Burridge House, Bury St Edmunds, to open Green’s second business venture, Recognition Express Suffolk, on Friday 31 January.
Green said: “I was delighted that Mr Ruffley agreed to pay me a second visit and open my new venture. He has always been a great supporter of local businesses and it meant a lot to me that he took the time out of his busy schedule to see how far I have progressed with Kall Kwik and hear all about Recognition Express.”
Green, whose Kall Kwik centre was named Business of the Year at the 2012 British Association for Print and Communication (BAPC) awards, set up the specialist promotional and branded product company Recognition Express in November and has since been successfully running the two businesses side by side.
“The idea just made complete sense,” said Green. “The Recognition Express product range fits perfectly alongside the graphic design and print services we provide to our customers at Kall Kwik. It now means we can offer a complete package to companies and organisations looking to promote their brand and is a natural addition to our business. The support I have received from the head office team is outstanding – I am already benefitting from the innovative marketing collateral provided and customers have commented on its high quality”.
Recognition Express specialises in badge manufacture, signs, corporate gifts, promotional products, plus school uniforms and branded clothing.