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Patrick Weaver View Drop Down
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    Posted: January.02.2008 at 5:25am

Besides solotime

www.http://solotime.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&Pr odID=344

and

http://www.prizepossessions.com/sports_car_club_america.aspx

 

Does anyone else have a source for good year end trophies?

 

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Patrick ...

Depending on what you want to give for trophies, check with a local embroidery shop. We've given very nice polo shirts embroidered with the region logo. They should also have a good selection of items which can have the logo applied - directors chairs, bags, etc.

Think outside the typical stand-up trophies box.

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Patrick,

I had the task of year-end trophies for the first time last year.  I used the local trophy shop.  For both ideas and the trophies.  Ended up getting 8" silverplated plates and then typed up stuff in Word to fit on about 4" squares -- year, award, place, etc -- and had the trophy shop print them on brushed aluminum plates.  Stuck those printed plates on bigger black aluminum plates (to make a border and give some depth) and then stuck the printed & black plates on the silver plates.

Printing on the aluminum plates was the trophy shop's idea and was quite a bit cheaper than the engraving would have been.

The project turned well and were reasonably priced.  Budget permitting I could have gotten different size plates too.

If you're still interested in a picture, let me know...or if you get a really good idea, share that too.  I'll need something for this year's stuff too.

 

 

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