Biofueled Flight a Success!

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog, News Releases
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Randolph is proud to have sponsored the world’s first transcontinental biofueled flight, which was a complete success! Pilot Ross McCurdy and son Aedan are safely back home in Smithfield, RI after completing their 10 day trip to Santa Monica, CA, with stops made in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas, Arkansas, and Arizona. The flight marked the first transcontinental flight […]

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A proud moment in our history This month, 25 years ago, RANDOLPH was honored to be awarded our ‘Certificate of Appreciation’ from the National Defense for our patriotic support during Operation Desert Storm. Randolph aided the US military by equipping our soldiers with custom optical eyeglass inserts for their gas masks. Round the clock shifts to meet […]

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Randolph is proud to sponsor the first ever transcontinental flight using aviation biofuel in a certified light aircraft. The bioplane took off from North Central State Airport in RI and plans to touch down in Santa Monica, CA this week. Randolph Engineering was there to cheer on pilot Ross McCurdy, his son Aedan, and fellow […]

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“It’s a promise to our country, to the state of Massachusetts that we’re going to keep jobs here, it’s a promise to our artisans… we give them a platform to express their talents and their creativity, and it’s a promise to our heritage.” President/CEO Peter M. Waszkiewicz had this to say about the Randolph promise during Channel 5’s […]

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Behind the Name: The Amelia

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Behind the Name, Blog

One of our newest women’s styles, the Randolph Amelia takes its name from the iconic American aviation pioneer, Amelia Earhart. Earhart was the first female pilot to make a solo flight across the Atlantic, doing so in 1932. Though this was her crowning achievement, Earhart made many other notable flights in her lifetime that are […]

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Our latest Randolph celeb sighting is the bronzed and muscular heartthrob Zac Efron, spotted wearing our 23k Gold Aviators on the set of the upcoming Baywatch re-make. We’re inclined to say that the Randolph Aviator is the perfect companion for Efron’s classic masculine good looks (not that he needs our help). We look forward to seeing Efron and his Aviators on the […]

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Peter Waszkiewicz, president & CEO, Randolph Engineering, Inc. and David Guernsey, Jr., Executive Director of The Special Forces Charitable Trust

  Randolph Engineering is proud to support The Special Forces Charitable Trust (SFCT) – a nonprofit that provides a network of meaningful and sustainable services, support and advocacy to US Army Special Forces soldiers and their families. On Thursday, March 3, Randolph Engineering presented SFCT with a donation of almost $3,000. Over the holiday season, Randolph offered consumers […]

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Celeb Spotting! Ciara!

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog, Events

After spotting her fiance Russell Wilson flashing his Randolph Archers, we caught the talented Ciara wearing her own pair of Randolph Aviators!       The celebrity featured in this image do not endorse or sponsor Randolph products and/or services.

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Russell Wilson Wearing the Randolph Archer

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog, News Releases
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Russell Wilson was our latest Randolph Engineering celebrity sighting. The Seattle Seahawks Quarterback looked like a champion in his pair of Randolph Archers with bronze oxide frames and gray gradient lenses. The Archer is a perfect fit for fans of the classic Aviator that are interested in a slim and sleeker look, while still maintaining the […]

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Michael Keaton Wearing Randolph Aviators

Michael Keaton was our latest Randolph celebrity sighting, looking dangerously good in his Randolph Engineering Aviators Sunday night at the Academy Awards. Keaton was at the Oscars representing “Spotlight”, the critically acclaimed film following the Boston Globe’s investigative reporting team in the early 2000s. While Keaton received no Oscar nod himself, he was the co-star of […]

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