Premier Graphics received a 2018 Valor Award from The Work Place & Port 5 Naval Veterans on Nov.1st. The award was for Outstanding Employer for hiring veterans. The 6th annual Valor Awards recognized and honored outstanding individuals and organizations that make up and support the veteran community in Connecticut. The program was put on by The WorkPlace’s Support Services for Veteran Families program and Port 5.
Opening remarks were made by the Mayor of Bridgeport Joe Ganim, State Representative Steve Stafstorm, and The WorkPlace’s Joe Carbone. After opening remarks the Port 5 Rifle Squad entered the ceremony and Senator Carlo Leone gave thoughtful remarks on the meaning of Veterans Day afterwards Tom Long of The WorkPlace welcomed the Keynote Speaker, Colonel Jennifer Hicks-Mcgowanfrom the U.S. Military Academy West Point.
Awards and certificates from the Connecticut General Assembly and the United States Senate.
Representatives of Premier Graphics accepting the Outstanding Employer Award for hiring local veterans.
Valor Award recipient Zofia Szwarc being recognized for making strides through a successful career change and making significant strides towards her personal goals.
Premier is committed to the enrichment and growth of the surrounding community and strongly believes providing jobs to the community encourages growth. We are especially proud of our veteran employees who work hard day in and day out, and certainly, perform their jobs with a sense of pride. We look forward to these employees having long, fulfilling careers in our organization.