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Great Accomplishments Deserve Special Recognition With Custom Medallions
Paper certificates, a reserved parking space, and lunch on the boss's tab are all time-tested and
favorite ways to reward employees and others for a job well done. But sometimes the
accomplishment deserves more than a mention in the company newsletter, and customdesigned, high-quality custom chocolate medallions are the perfect choice for a variety of
Every successful business owner knows that the greatest asset of any company is its employees.
The last thing you want to do is put all that work into building a great team only to lose them
because you neglected to recognize their value to your company. There are dozens of reasons to
reward your employees, but some of the most common are years of employment, innovations
that improve safety or efficiency, and successful completion of advanced training courses.
Loyal employees are important to your company, and recognizing them as such not only shows
your gratitude, but it builds morale throughout the organization. Present your long-term
employees with a custom medallion bearing your company logo along with their name and how
long they've been a part of the team, and it will serve as a reminder to everyone on your staff
that their time and loyalty is acknowledged and appreciated.
When your summer camp holds its annual canoe race, treat the winners to a special medallion
adorned with the camp name and year. Campers will feel just like Olympic champions when
they're hanging out around the campfire wearing their chocolate gold dollars. For scouting
troops, 4-H clubs, and church groups, medallions make great rewards for accomplishments such
as learning a new skill or memorizing bible verses.
Of course, contests aren't just for kids. Bowling and golf leagues, softball teams, and even
businesses all provide plenty of opportunity for rewarding the winners of tournaments and sales
competitions. For a little added fun, try rewarding the losers, as well. Poke a little good-natured
fun at the guy who bowled a 62 with a medallion depicting a seven-ten split, and chances are
he'll wear it proudly to every game.
Organizations like Weight Watchers know the importance of recognizing personal
accomplishments. A small token to mark the realization of a goal is often just the
encouragement a member needs to resist that plate of chocolate-chip cookies. Your own club
can use the same technique to encourage members to stretch a little further to reach one more