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Why Medals Are Important

Why Medals are Important for Corporate Settings, Sports Events, and Much More

The journey has been hard. The amount of time and effort put into it has been gruelling. And at the end comes the sweet recognition symbolised in the medal that you receive. This is the very reason why so many people enter challenges, competitions, and even strive to outshine others in the workplace. When there is a reward at the end, the hard work to get there is often deemed “worth it”.

Some (especially the recipients) believe that the medals they receive are made up of all the hard work that goes into earning them. And we tend to agree. At Trophy and Medal Boutique, we understand just how important it is to have awards, trophies, and medals that inspire a competitive nature and pride in the potential recipients. Because of this, we ensure that our range of awards is of high-quality.

No two events or awards ceremonies are the same, and because of that, we focus on ensuring that our medals are custom-designed to suit your specific needs and requirements. After all, your awards need to become coveted by the teams and participants that they are intended for. And with a professional and experienced design team at our disposal, we can ensure exactly that for you.

When designing your medals for you, we can work on an existing design supplied by you. Alternatively, you can work with our design team to custom-create something that is unique. Whether you need medals for a corporate environment, a sports event, or even academic purposes, you will find just what you need right here at Trophy and Medal Boutique.

Consider this: how many people would actually participate in a sporting event if there was no award or recognition at the end? How hard would your employees work if they knew that regardless of how much extra effort they put in, they will receive absolutely no extra recognition or gain from it? It is evident that encouraging participation in most things would be hard if there was no sort of reward at the end.

Planning the award is just as important as the event or project itself. If a participant or team member has to put blood, sweat, and tears into their achievement only to receive a sub-standard award at the end, chances are that it will not be a very well-supported event (or participants will not put quite as much effort in).

Medals are typically supplied in copper, nickel, brass, gold, and aluminium.

To find a range of medals and awards to suit your specific needs, contact us via email or telephone at Trophy and Medal Boutique today.