EGO, a family of Mediterranean inspired pubs and restaurants in the UK, had an idea to award their long-serving staff. They wanted to create long service award lapel pins to commemorate the time they have spent doing an outstanding job.
Many companies, organisations and associations award Lapel Pins to create a sense of unity and camaraderie. Lapel Pins can also be an aid memoire for an important event or to thank the participants for their contribution, a form of recognition and appreciation presented on a landmark anniversary or an extra special event. Alternatively, they can be used as a cost effective promotional tool. The purpose of the lapel pins determine the design and production method used so will be fully considered by our design team when providing a solution.
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The movie London Has Fallen (sequel to the 2013 film Olympus Has Fallen) came out in 2016 and Roman Tavast Ltd was commissioned to produce US Presidents bodyguards (Secret Service) lapel pins. Three years have gone by, and the third movie in the series, Angel Has Fallen had its worldwide premiere on 23rd of August.
RIK had an idea of thanking their long service employees. After discovering the needs, we designed quite a few options. In the end, the decision was made to produce years of service pins that are shaped like a keyboard key (as their area of expertise is IT support).
Imperial College`s Combined Services Orthopaedic Society was interested in producing high-quality enamel pins for their members. After consults with our design team, another approach was taken, and we designed and made a 3D pin loosely based on their logo. The lapel pin was cast out of sterling silver with a polished finish.