Finding the right company award shouldn’t be so complicated, but with all the choices it often gets overwhelming. Whether you need to order 100 for the big awards ceremony at corporate, or you only need one because Bob in sales finally won that trip to Hawaii and he needs a proper sendoff, there’s lots to consider.
Price is always a factor these days. And of course you don’t want to skimp on quality. Since most awards get displayed in people’s offices or workspace, you’ll want something nice for all to see, especially when it comes to visiting potential clients who will certainly be impressed with your successful staff. (“Wow, that Bob of yours must be quite an asset!”etc.) One suggestion we like to make that fits the bill on both price and quality is the acrylic award.
Acrylic awards have the look of crystal, while offering a great backdrop to your message. The quality is excellent and durable, won’t break like crystal would when Bob accidentally bumps his Hawaii recognition award off the desk with his elbow (he’s a great salesman but a bit clumsy on occasion), and there are countless affordable choices whether you need one or one hundred.
Still seems overwhelming? Yes, there is every possible variation, including color, shape, size, price, even theme. So if you’re not the catalog browsing type and if you aren’t too hip on spending the bulk of your afternoon surfing the net hoping to stumble across a discount site that, by the way, may or may not be very trustworthy, we’d be happy to help you out. Because as it turns out, we’ve been known to come up with some pretty good ideas if I do say so myself. And we can meet your budget. And make Bob happy with that shining award on his desk, long after the trip to Hawaii is nothing but a distant memory of luaus and sunburn.
So feel free to contact us with an “I need exactly this” or an “I have no idea what to get, but it has to have a polar bear theme.” We can handle it. In the meantime, you can check out a few award possibilities below. (And don’t miss the photo of Bob on his Hawaiian vacation!)