Crystal D President Chuck Dahlgren Elected Board Member of Recognition Council for Incentive Marketing Association
Chuck Dahlgren, president of Crystal D, St. Paul, Minn., was elected on Dec. 7 as a board member on the Recognition Council for the Incentive Marketing Association (IMA).
Dahlgren will serve on this committee for two years. He is a Certified Recognition Professional (CRP) and will sit alongside other prominent members of the recognition industry to offer his expertise, guidance and experience.
The Recognition Council is a strategic industry group within IMA, formed to provide an awareness of how recognition and rewards are part of an effective strategy for achieving better business performance. The council’s focus is to educate and promote the benefits of recognition and rewards to the worldwide business community.
Dahlgren is honored to be part of an organization that believes in employee recognition as much as he does. Said Dahlgren, “Today we are faced with the challenge of a down-economy. Organizations can use this to rationalize an increase in turnover and lack of employee motivation or they can find solutions. One of those solutions is employee recognition.” Dahlgren continued, “I know that employee recognition can have a huge impact on the recipient and an organization. I look forward to helping organizations throughout the world learn about the power of recognition and become more successful.”
About Crystal D
Crystal D has been a leading supplier of corporate awards to the promotional products industry for more than 15 years. The company offers more than 1,000 awards and plaques, seven imprint processes and eight substrates.
For more information on Crystal D, visit www.crystal-d.com.
About the IMA
The Incentive Marketing Association is dedicated to helping its members prosper in the incentive field. IMA’s ultimate objective is to expand its customer base by promoting the use of incentives through customer education and a professional, mainstream media campaign designed to reach decision makers in corporate America.