FDC Recognizes Four Ambassador Awards in First Quarter

FDC Graphic Films, Inc., one of the sign-making industry’s leading converters and distributors of sign vinyl films, digital media, overlaminates, banners, and heat transfer films, recognized four valuable employees as Core Values Ambassadors in the first quarter of 2022 for exemplifying one or more of the company’s five core values.

FDC’s Core Values are believed to be the five most important values in the way the company employees live and work: integrity, kindness, resiliency, engagement, and drive for success.

“Our team, our customers, and the world have faced difficult challenges this past year. These team members demonstrate their commitment to the Core Values through their actions, which makes me very proud,” said Judy Eck, CEO of FDC. “Thank you to all of the nominees. It is a pleasure to be surrounded by a team that is passionate about the FDC’s goals and exhibits compassion toward one another every day.”

FDC First Quarter Ambassador Award Recipients (clockwise from top left to bottom): Josh Geldner, shipping team lead; Justin Mohr, production associate; and Maria “Patti” Guillen, production associate. Not pictured: Juan Cervantes, shipping associate.

Juan Cervantes, a shipping associate, was recognized for his engagement and drive for success. A customer order was entered with an incorrect shipping code and Cervantes recognized it and corrected it immediately, ensuring that the order was shipped correctly.

Josh Geldner, a shipping team lead, was recognized for his kindness and drive for success. Geldner requested to stay at work late one day to help a coworker who had been working alone in his department for two weeks. He also regularly shares information, ideas, and discussion topics as part of the company’s Work-Life Team.

Maria “Patti” Guillen, a production associate, was recognized for her resiliency. Guillen helped the Craft team when their team leader was away from the warehouse for an extended period. She worked with the team to set priorities and get customer orders out on time and without errors. Guillen placed the customers first and never complained about the additional tasks. This is her second award, the first in 2020 for her integrity and drive for success.

Justin Mohr, a production associate, was recognized for his drive for success. Mohr primarily works in shipping and receiving but also works in production as needed. In shipping and receiving, he’s often on the lookout as to what can be completed early. And in production, Mohr’s roll-down average was 1,134 feet per hour, which is considered top-notch.

Each employee received an FDC Core Values Ambassador Award certificate from the FDC Work-Life Team signed by Eck.

—Press Release