Corporate Awards

    • NEW! Toast Your Event with Engraved Glasses

      Did you know that Trophies2Go now carries personalized barware including engraved wine glasses, engraved beer pints & steins, and engraved cocktail glasses? Our exceptional personalized glassware will be enjoyed for years to come, with the same quality and service you already expect from Trophies2Go!

      For the Special Dinner:

      Is your company planning a special event? Personalize the wine glasses with the winery name or your company logo. We offer bulk case pricing for larger orders!  Taster Wine Glasses

      Etched Wine Glasses

      For a Company Picnic:

      Engrave your company logo on our most popular glasses, engraved beer pints. Each employee can take home their own commemorative glass to remember the event! Engraved Pint Beer Glasses

      Engraved Pint Beer Glasses

      For the Family Reunion: 

      Serve your family's favorite refreshing beverage in personalized monogrammed glasses! A gift to remember a special family gathering!  Engraved Barware Glasses

      For A Wedding Reception: 

      Toast the bride and groom with Italian-made monogrammed champagne glasses! Add the couple's name and date for an unforgettable keepsake!  Crystalline Champagne Glass

      Etched Champagne Glasses

      For the Golfer: 

      Enjoy the 19th hole at your next golf tournament with engraved sports mugs. Give to the winning team, as a sponsor gift, or Closest to the Pin Prize! Add the course name and tournament logo for FREE!  Craft Beer Glasses

      Craft Beer Glasses

      Summer is the perfect season to enjoy refreshing beverages that market your brand!  Trophies2Go can help you with the highest quality bar ware with deep etch engraving all within your budget.  Enjoy your next event this summer with a personalized memento!



    • All About Society of Government Meeting Professionals

      Last week I spoke at the May meeting of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Society of Government Meeting Professionals (SGMP).  The topic was "Recognizing Excellence", where I spoke on ways organizations and workplaces can take their recognition to the next level!  It was wonderful to meet government professionals and suppliers at this event and help them with creating meaningful recognition for their employees.

      SGMP May Presentation Jan Thor, Trustee of the Board for SGMP and Jessica at the May meeting.

      About Society of Government Meeting Professionals:

      SGMP is the only meeting planning and management organization that addresses the specific needs of the Government meeting professional.  The Pacific Northwest Chapter of SGMP provides a common forum for meeting planners and suppliers as a means of facilitating improvements in the quality and cost effectiveness of government meetings.  They do this through benefits SGMP offers - Education, Networking, and Resources.

      By getting connected to SGMP, planners and suppliers have the opportunity to receive and take advantage of all the benefits the organization offers, including:

      1. 1. State of the art meeting planning educational programs presented by experts in the field.
      2. 2. Networking opportunities with their industry partners giving them the opportunity to build strong working relationships and
      3. 3. A host of resources that SGMP provides both its meeting planner and supplier members to do their jobs better.

      SGMP MissionEducation is the main purpose of their organization, and their educational theme for the year is "Planning for Excellence".  Through educational programming they provide their members with all the tools necessary to create "Excellent" meetings and conferences for their agencies, departments, and companies.

      To read more about SGMP, see their national website or local Pacific Northwest Chapter .  This is a great organization for our customers who work for Government Agencies and plan events; I would highly encourage you to check them out!

      Thank you to SGMP for the opportunity to share my passion around awards!  If you would like to me to speak for your organization, feel free to contact me at



    • Need Help? Engraving Ideas for Corporate Awards Here!

      For A Loss for Words, We Have Engraving Ideas!

      Need to order awards but not sure what the message should be?  You want to recognize someone special, but just don't know where to begin. Below are ideas of text you can add to your Corporate Awards.

      General Tips for the Message

      This sublimated plaque features the full color Waste Management logo with special message.
      • Keep in mind that your recipient's award will be displayed forever; make your message stand out.
      • Make sure it reflects what they are being recognized for.
      • Keep it short, sweet and clever.
      • Having a sense of humor is fine, but make it tasteful if you go this route.
      • Read your text out loud before printing it on the gift.
      • Always include the date or year the award is presented
      • Wording will normally be centered, unless you specify otherwise.
      • Include your company’s logo if possible.
      • Use a motivational quote that is meaningful to your company or the individual.

      Here are a few wording examples for various types of awards.

      A Typical Engraving Format:

      Name of the Award - (ex. President's Award)

      Recipient's Name - In CAPS (ex. MIKE EVANS)

      Accomplishment or Reason for the Award - (ex: "In recognition of your tireless dedication to the staff and customers at Trophies2Go. Your work ethic, passion and humor are an example to all.")

      Date - (ex 2016)

      Company Name - (Trophies2Go)

      Department or Division if applicable - (Customer Service)

      Service Awards

      In Appreciation of

      Twenty Years


      Outstanding and Loyal Service

      to XYZ Widget Company


      The difference between success and

      Failure is often determined by one's dedication.

      Your undying commitment

      To our company's success has

      Earned you our highest esteem.


      In Grateful Appreciation For Your

      Outstanding & Dedicated Service

      To The People in Your Community

      Leadership Awards



      Jamba Juice


      YOU ARE THE #1 BOSS!

      Sales Awards

      In Recognition of Your

      Outstanding Sales Performance

      in Selling the Greatest Number of

      Licenses in 2017


      Congratulations On Attaining 125%

      Of Your Sales Goal for 2017


      Liberty Company









      Safety Awards






      August 2016


      In Recognition of Your

      Outstanding Efforts in Keeping

      Our Systems Operational

      24x7x365 in 2017

      My most important tip? Spend some time on the wording, as this message will last. The recipient has done something wonderful for your company or organization. Make it meaningful. Speak from the heart.



    • 5 Examples of Year End Corporate Awards

      As 2016 draws to a close, its time to wrap up your awards programs for the year.  January brings one of our busiest months of the year with a plethora of corporate plaques, President's Awards, sales achievement and other yearly recognition.   Below are 5 examples of year end corporate awards our customers provide to individuals within their organization.

      YAHOO! acrylic awards These pretty purple YAHOO! acrylic awards were a hit with the winners!

      1.  Awards for an Annual Ceremony.  The award you choose is an extremely important component of this occasion, and fortunately there are many options for any sized budget. Read 5 Tips for Choosing a Corporate Award or contact our staff to help you choose the perfect award to make your winners proud.  For ideas on hosting an event, read my post on Planning an Awards Ceremony.

      2.  Service Awards.  Reward those employees who commit to your company for an extended period of time with a Service Award.  Present this award to 1, 5, 10 and 20 years of service, or tailor the time frame to your organization's specific needs.  In addition to awards, clocks, gift certificates to a special store, and personalized gifts are popular for this type of recognition.  Rule of thumb is the longer an individual is at the organization, the more significant the award.

      Sales Award Our customer presenting a sales award plaque to a distributor.

      3.  Sales Awards.  Celebrate reaching goals and achieving quotas monthly, quarterly, or annually, as your recognition program and budget allows.  Depending on your business, a sales award can be an individual award for a specific person, or a group award for a top store, regional leader, or top distributor.  Plaques, acrylic awards, glass awards and etched crystal awards are popular options.  Read the Sales Achievement Awards post to learn more.

      4.  Employee of the Month Awards.   This can also be Employee of the Quarter or Employee of the Year.  As with any awards program, its important to decide on the criteria for choosing the winner prior to launching the program.   When a person is selected for the award, be sure to publicize it.  This has two benefits - the winner feels important and others are motivated to win in the future.  For the award, perpetual plaques posted in a central location are most popular.   It's also nice to give a small take-away award to each winner to display on their desk or bookcase to memorialize their honor.

      5.  Other Types of Awards.  These include community awards, corporate honors, leadership awards,  product launch awards, past president, retirement gifts, and teamwork awards.  Many organizations create their own awards too, tailoring the recognition specifically to their need.

      It's important to set up a recognition program carefully before launching to ensure success.  But once it's implemented, measured and executed, corporate awards programs can improve your company culture and increase your staff morale.   Feel free contact me or any of our staff for more information about End of Year Corporate Awards!  Here's to a great 2016 and a wonderful new year ahead!

      Editor's Note:  This post was originally published in December 2013, and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

      Cheers, Jessica

    • 5 Tips for Choosing a Corporate Award

      Corporate Awards Blog Series

      You have your recognition program set up, know what types of accomplishments you want to recognize, know what you want to say on the awards, and your ceremony planned. Now what? You go to our website and are overwhelmed by the hundreds of choices of corporate awards.  I’m here to help! Read my top 5 tips below to narrow your search and to help you choose the perfect corporate award for your situation and accomplishment.

      Be sure to make the award match the occasion! Be sure to make the award match the occasion!

      #1: Start With Your Budget.

      Know how many people you want to recognize and the cost per person of the award. That can help you narrow your choices. We have beautiful awards in every price range, so even if your budget is small, we’ll create something beautiful for you.  Read tips on Budgeting for a Recognition Program here.

      #2: Have The Award Fit The Accomplishment.

      What I mean by that is you wouldn’t give an expensive crystal award to someone for a menial accomplishment; that’s saved for those who have gone above and beyond for the organization. Conversely, if someone has worked for your organization for years and years and is celebrating a big anniversary, a $10 gift card doesn’t cut it. Make sure to match the award stature to the accomplishment.

      #3: What’s The Message?

      If you have a lot of text or a large logo you’d like to incorporate into your engraving, make sure you choose an award that can accommodate it. For example, an engraved plaque has a lot of space for a long message and logo, where as a 4 inch crystal cube doesn’t. Know what you want to say before ordering your award and then make sure the award has enough room for your engraving. (And as always, your engraving is free!)

      This beautiful crystal award deserves to be displayed with pride. This beautiful crystal award deserves to be displayed with pride on a desk or a shelf for all to see and admire.

      #4: Where Will It Go? Form Follows Function.

      Where will your recipient put the award? On a desk? On the wall?  Or on a shelf in the lobby? Is it a gift that will be displayed in the home? These are all things to consider when choosing an award. A sales award may be hung on a wall for all to see; if so, then a recognition plaque may be a good choice. If you are honoring a past president or someone who has given service to the organization, an award that goes on a desk or on a shelf in their office is a winner. If the award is for retirement or years of service, something more functional and pretty, such as an engraved clock or personalized vase, is appropriate.

      #5: Personalize The Award.

      This is your opportunity to get creative! If your organization is more conservative, stick with a traditional award. But if you’re in more creative place, choose something a little more artistic or funky! There are lots of unusual yet beautiful awards to choose from. If you are giving an individual award, consider the recipient’s personality and have the award match it. For example, if the person loves to fly airplanes, get a crystal plane award. Or if they are a realtor, get a house shaped award. There are lots of choices – get creative and think out of the box!

      Don’t hesitate to contact me if you need any suggestions or guidance when picking out awards – email is - and I'm here to help.  With thousands of choices in every budget, our awards impress and will thrill your recipient!

      Cheers! Jessica

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