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Scroll Awards Are Perfect For Academic Awards

As an administrator and educator, you are constantly watching for ways to reward students and instructors for their academic successes. Quiz team members, academic award winners, valedictorians and salutatorians, they all deserve a monumental tribute to celebrate their achievements. We suggest using a time tested method to honor those achievers: a scroll! But the scrolls we have in mind are not made of papyrus, parchment, or paper. All of our scrolls have a contemporary twist.

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Autism Awareness Month: Facts, Products & Awards


April has been declared Autism Awareness Month, and many autism organizations have been observing this annual celebration for nearly a decade. During the month, these groups along with parents and teachers will be holding a number of activities designed to teach those around them about this often misunderstood disorder. We at Hit Trophy wish to do our part in shining the light on autism by sharing information about the disorder and presenting ways that people can get involved in Autism Awareness Month.

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The History of the Lady Justice Statue

The pursuit of fairness is front and center in this era where people are concerned with issues like equal rights for everyone and income inequality.

The desire to seek equality, fairness, and honesty has been with people since civilization began. Perhaps that is why the Egyptians, the Romans, and the Greeks each had a goddess devoted to the concept of justice for all. How those three great ancient civilizations portrayed justice varied from culture to culture, yet much of what those societies valued still influences us today.

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Volleyball Trophies Aren't Just For Olympians

By Abe Wyse 8 months ago No comments

USA vs Netherlands Olympic Women's VolleyballThe 2016 Summer Olympics have finished, and once again the United States brought home the most medals. Both of our volleyball teams helped secure medals for the U.S., and although the men’s and women’s teams did not earn gold medals, they both grabbed bronze medals after facing some extremely tough competition.

The men’s team has tasted success in previous Olympics including three gold medals (Beijing- 2008, Seoul-1988, and Los Angeles-1984) and a bronze medal at Barcelona in 1992. Coming into Rio de Janeiro, the team had high expectations...

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May is National BBQ Month

May is National Barbecue Month, and according to the Hearth, Patio, and Barbecue Association (HPBA), most Americans have a special attraction to outdoor cooking for many reasons.

One reason people love eating outdoors is sharing with other people. Grilling food outdoors brings family and friends together for fun and eating. According to a study done by the HPBA, 64% of adults agree that a barbecue is a better way to spend quality-time with their friends or relatives. In addition, 81% of the same study group claims......

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Teacher Appreciation Week Gift Ideas

Dead Poets Society Move - Mr. Keating teaching his studentsAs National Teacher Appreciation Day approaches in May, all of us should pause and reflect on important teachers in our lives. Everyone has that favorite teacher who made an impression on us while in school.

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Key to the City Plaques

Awarding someone the Key to a City is an act of friendship and trust. The practice dates back to the Middle Ages. Enclosed by walls and gates, towns used guards during the day and closed the gates at night for protection. By giving a person the key to the town, the leadership of that town allowed the recipient to freely travel within and without the town. Today, this act is largely a symbolic one, and it usually is used by city leaders as an act of appreciation or gratitude....

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Kelly Schmucker Celebrates 25 Years at Hit Trophy

By Tim Friend 2 years ago No comments

Kelly SchmuckerWhen customers call Hit Trophy or come to our store in Archbold, Ohio, many times our Office Administrator Kelly Schmucker is the person who greets them. On June 18, Kelly celebrates 25 years with Hit Trophy and during those years she has made many friends. For those local clients who regularly visit the store, they expect to see her smiling face behind the counter. She has helped hundreds of our local athletic directors, coaches, and business owners in picking the exact award, plaque, or trophy they require. For our patrons who place an order over the telephone, they ...

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Buckeye Fans, Sariah Yackee Needs Your Help!

By Tim Friend 2 years ago No comments

Sariah Yackee Wauseon, OHSariah Yackee of Wauseon, Ohio has had an eventful 2015 so far, and perhaps the biggest event for her could happen this spring.  Back in January, the senior basketball player hit a game winning shot at the buzzer against a rival in the Northwest Ohio Athletic League. She has also been given numerous awards, and she may end up with the Prom date of her dreams if she can reach a certain goal proposed by that dream date.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Education, Donation & Motivation!

By Tim Friend 3 years ago No comments

In the fall, breast cancer awareness reaches an all-time high. Hundreds of walks/runs are held. Pink ribbons appear across the nation in workplaces and schools. Even professional sports teams don pink uniforms to remind people of the dangers of breast cancer. With all of this attention, you might think breast cancer has been conquered in the United States...

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