Philly-Born Company Celebrates 75th Anniversary


It is rare to mark a company’s 75th year in business, but what is even more extraordinary is to celebrate such a prestigious anniversary while giving back to the community where the company first got its start – Philadelphia. Penn Emblem Co.’s milestone was celebrated with current and past employees, local small businesses and a few new, furry friends.

Honor Outgoing Chair by Donating to Charity


TRSA members are reminded that they can honor outgoing chair Noël Hammer Richardson by donating to her charity of choice, Women’s Empowerment. The charity’s mission is to enable women who are experiencing homelessness to gain the skills they need to get jobs, maintain healthy lifestyles, and regain homes for themselves and their children.

Unitex Donates 3,000 Lbs. of Linen to War-Torn Ukraine


As the tragic situation in Ukraine continues with no end in sight, Unitex was contacted by a long-time customer, Doctors Royzman & Poznyansku of United Dental, who are working with an organization called the Council of Peoples Organization (COPO) that are collecting donations to send to the people of Ukraine. The Coney Island, NY-based organization asked if Unitex would be able to donate linen items.

ImageFIRST Recognized by St. Jude for Charitable Efforts


ImageFIRST was selected to receive the 2021 Emerging Workplace Giving Partner of the Year Award, presented by ALSAC and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Through payroll contributions, a company match and various other donations, ImageFIRST has donated more than $600,000 to benefit the children’s research hospital since the partnership began, according to a news release.

Landau Donates Scrub Sets and Chefwear to FEMA


Landau Uniforms Inc., Olive Branch, MS, recently announced a donation of more than 60,000 scrub sets to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and 10,000 garments from Chefwear to Operation BBQ, according to a news release.

‘Take Pride’: Roscoe Aids Effort to Redesign Lion Habitat


When Chicago’s historic Lincoln Park Zoo announced its campaign for an expansion that includes a state-of-the-art redesign of its lion habitat, it was an opportunity too good to pass up for a historic West Side business with a lion as its logo and a 100-year anniversary that coincides with the habitat’s completion, according to a news release.