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Coronation Badge and Bunting Sales Boom


Badges and bunting to commemorate and celebrate the coronation of King Charles III have been flying off the shelves according to branded merchandising business Recognition Express.

Businesses, schools, and community organisations have been keen to mark the historic royal occasion. Merchandise sporting the coronation emblem also includes tote bags and water bottles, but Recognition Express has found that badges and bunting are the most popular items.

According to the official website of the British Royal Family, the coronation emblem pays tribute to The King’s love of the natural world. It unifies the rose of England, the thistle of Scotland, the daffodil of Wales, and the shamrock of Northern Ireland. It also features the red, white and blue of the UK’s union flag.

Chris Masters, Managing Director at Recognition Express, says it’s a pleasure to help so many organisations get into the spirit of the coronation.

“Organisations across the UK are celebrating the coronation of King Charles III with parties and events decked out with coronation bunting,” he explains. “Others want to share a keepsake with their customers, members, or students, which explains the popularity of the badges. Demand has been very high, but we’ve worked hard to ensure delivery in good time for the weekend.”

Recognition Express is a branded merchandising business specialising in gifts, personalised clothing, staff name badges, and awards. More information is available at recognition-express.com.

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