For nearly a decade Pegasus Ventures and National Checking Company have worked together to deliver one of America's best product lines; restaurant guest checks manufactured by National Checking Company, a brand name familiar to restaurants across North America and Europe.
A myriad of guest checks, waiter pads and delivery forms equals lots of choices with one sure to fit just about every restaurant. On this page customers can browse all the National Checking brand restaurants offered by Pegasus Ventures .
The National Guest Checks brand has been around for decades earning the trust of tens of thousands of restaurants. Swipe or click on a restaurant guest checks product group below:
National Checking restaurant guest checks are in stock, ready to ship to your restaurant. Orders received by noon Eastern time on any business day ship the same business day UPS Ground Service, with options for faster shipping. Orders received after noon generally ship the next business day.
After ordering, Pegasus Ventures will email confirmation of your order. As the order ships an email will be sent with the tracking number alerting restaurants to the exact day UPS expects to deliver their restaurant guest checks and other Pegasus Ventures products.
Need help deciding which guest checks to buy for your restaurant? Pegasus Ventures explains variety of guest checks we offer our restaurants. Click or tap right here to learn more about the different types of guest checks offered by Pegasus Ventures.
Pegasus Ventures tailors guest checks to the needs of any restaurant. Swipe or click now to learn about custom printed restaurant guest checks from Pegasus Ventures Mi!
For more than 100 years, National Checking Company has developed and produced products that drive success for the food service and hospitality industries. National Checking Company specializes in disposable products that improve restaurant profitability, enhances food safety, increases server and restaurant efficiency and promote a more enjoyable and satisfying dining experience.
In 1905, Carl Raschick and Frank Minea founded National Checking Company in St.
Paul, Minnesota, as printers of coupon books, widely used as cash
equivalents at that time. Customers included schools, cafés, gasoline
stations, dairies and railroads. The company was formally incorporated
By 1930, the United States was fast becoming a mobile society, with 26 million cars on the road. The U.S. became saturated, almost overnight, with new kinds of eateries – diners, cafeterias, soda shops, luncheonettes, Automats, barbecue stands, drive-ins, refreshment stands, ice cream parlors, and new ‘chain’ restaurants that blossomed during the 1920s and 1930s.
In 1938, Frank Minea reported to National Checking Company’s board of directors that the
tabulating card business was a growth opportunity and the company
capitalized on this growth. By the late 1960s technology shifted to
magnetic tape and computer chips, making the tab card obsolete. As the
tab card declined, the stock restaurant check business took off as
demographic shifts made dining away from home more popular than ever.
The 1960s brought huge changes for the company. During this decade, National Checking Company unionized, adopted a policy of compliance with the Civil Rights Act
of 1964, established an employee profit sharing plan and revamped its
restaurant check sales and marketing strategy. At that time Ben Olk
became the National Sales Manager, and eventually President, and began
developing the infrastructure to support the emerging food service
During the 1970s, baby boomers – many of them
women – entered the work force in huge numbers. More people in the
workforce meant more people eating away from home, more takeout meals
for busy parents too tired to cook, and more disposable income for
eating out on weekends.
By 1980, National Checking Company had established a stable of warehouses allowing quick
turnaround, regional sales, and prompt delivery. At the same time
additional regional sales reps were hired to develop relationships with
distributors and brokers across the country.
In 1998 National Checking Company moved its headquarters into a new manufacturing facility
in St. Paul. In 2004 the company expanded globally into the European
In addition to National Checking Company’s iconic green pad, the company has expanded its
product offering to include register rolls, register ribbons and food
safety products, along with constantly exploring additional product