Posted 20th September

Roman holds ceremony to celebrate Queen's Award

By KBBDaily on 20th September 2017 - 08:00am

Roman recently held a ceremony at its headquarters in County Durham with all of its staff to celebrate its Queen's Award for International Trade, which the company announced earlier this year.

The ceremony included a presentation by the Queen's representative, the Lord Lieutenant of County Durham Sue Snowdon, pictured centre left alongside Roman managing director David Osborne and Roman's international team.

Snowdon was given a tour of Roman's showroom and manufacturing plants before presenting Osborne with the Queen's Award glass chalice. Staff were then given a Queen's Award memorabilia mug and treated to a buffet with champagne.

“Our sustained investment, patience and belief over the last 10 years in developing our international markets has proved a great success and for this to be recognised in such a way is a very proud achievement,” said Osborne.

“We have developed unique capabilities which have in turn created so many opportunities with major international hotel groups. We are thrilled to celebrate this fantastic achievement with all staff as everyone has played their part in winning the award.”

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