Hit Trophy Partners with El Refugio to Help Change Lives

Hit Trophy Partners with El Refugio to Help Change Lives

A simple Google search transformed the lives of Amanda Juillard, her husband Rob, and their two sons. That Google inquiry took them from the hills of Tennessee to tropical Central America. With the help of the Lord, Amanda’s Google search eventually placed Amanda and Rob in a position to transform the lives of hundreds of women and children.

Owens-Illinois Displays Their Patents on Glass Plaques

Owens-Illinois Displays Their Patents on Glass Plaques

Owens-Illinois, Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of glass containers, has created a unique display to acknowledge their employees’ achievements, and O-I uses Hit Trophy’s Clear Glass Plaques as part of that display. “We love glass, and we believe in glass,”...
Reward Those Who Dream Big With Our Helix Glass Awards

Reward Those Who Dream Big With Our Helix Glass Awards

People Dream Of Receiving Our Double Helix Art Glass Awards Dreams come in a variety of ways. Some dreams come as desires we wish to fulfill. Others are idle thoughts when our minds are not preoccupied, and many call those daydreams. But the dreams we have at night...
The History of Memorial Day & Other Facts

The History of Memorial Day & Other Facts

The last weekend in May marks a number of celebrations in the United States. Of the over 13,000 public schools in the U.S., many schools will hold their graduation ceremonies that weekend. While thousands of people will attend graduation parties, thousands of other...
Desk Pen Sets are Perfect Graduation Gifts!

Desk Pen Sets are Perfect Graduation Gifts!

Americans spent over $691 billion between November and December of 2017 for the winter holidays. According to the National Retail Federation, that number is a new record for the United States, and it exceeded the NRF’s predictions. If you include spending for the...
What is a Gavel?

What is a Gavel?

According to Dictionary.com, a “gavel” is a small, wooden hammer (or mallet) used by a judge, a presiding officer of a meeting, or a chairperson at an assembly. The person who holds the gavel must strike it against a hard surface to signal for attention or order....