Use the links on this page to nominate TRSA member companies and individuals whose accomplishments deserve the industry’s brightest spotlight. Deadlines for nominations appear below in each Award’s description.
Select an award or read more about each of these below:
|Above and Beyond Service||Operator Lifetime Achievement|
|Associate Lifetime Achievement||SafeTRSA Safety Excellence|
|Company Community Service||Volunteer Leadership|
|Clean Green Innovation Award||Years of Service|
TRSA Awards recognize individuals and teams from Operator and Associate Member companies for exemplary work efforts on behalf of their individual businesses and the industry. During the time period that nominations are open, member company personnel are encouraged to submit colleagues’ names for these accolades and encourage others to second these nominations. Winners are invited to the TRSA Legislative Conference (registration fee waived) to be honored in a presentation ceremony.
The TRSA Operator Lifetime Achievement Award is the highest honor bestowed upon an industry professional. The award recognizes exceptional personal service to both the linen, uniform and facility services industry and TRSA. TRSA Operator members may nominate.
Similar to the TRSA Lifetime Achievement Award for operators, candidates for this highest Associate honor will have served TRSA in ways that have improved the association and industry. Any TRSA member (Operator or Associate) may nominate.
TRSA’s Service Awards recognize employees of member companies who have worked in the industry for at least 25 years. Certificates of merit acknowledging employment anniversaries are awarded every five years through the 45th. Plaques are awarded in the 50th year. Member companies are encouraged to submit for their eligible employees. Deadline for nominations for this award is February 1, 2019.
The SafeTRSA Safety Excellence Award recognizes a company or facility that has implemented a novel approach to improving safety. A company/location may nominate itself. All nominations are encouraged to quantify their results. Deadline for nominations for this award is February 1, 2019.
The TRSA Clean Green Innovation Award recognizes outstanding efforts in environmental improvement by a company and/or facility implementing an innovative approach to increasing sustainability, reducing energy consumption and positively impacting the environment. A company/location may nominate itself. All nominations are encouraged to quantify their results. Deadline for nominations for this award is February 1, 2019.
TRSA recognizes that many companies in our industry make significant contributions to individuals and their community every day by volunteering their time, actions, talents and dedication outside of the workplace. We’ve developed the annual Community Service Award to honor a company that has been generous with their time and talents and bring to light their sense of caring and responsibility for others in the community. Deadline for nominations for this award is February 1, 2019.
Customer service is critical to the success of your company. No matter how fast or efficient your plant and production staff may be, if the service is not, success will elude you. While there is plenty of good customer service in this industry, truly above and beyond service is rare. The Above and Beyond Service Award recognizes those who exceed the levels of good service and set a higher standard for others to follow. Deadline for nominations for this award is February 1, 2019.
The TRSA Diversity Recognition Award tells the story of individual or company that has encouraged and facilitated increased diversity in the linen, uniform and facility services industry. These individuals and companies are tackling big issues and making our industry better every day. Deadline for nominations for this award is February 1, 2019.
The TRSA Volunteer Leadership Award honors individuals from Operator and Associate companies whose expertise has guided TRSA successes in advocacy, education, research, benchmarking or networking. These individuals recognize the competitive benefits and overall economic value to their companies of strengthening the entire linen, uniform and facility services industry, including their own competitors.