Richmond, VA (PRWEB) June 22, 2012
After 10 years of being asked what customers should write on plaques, K2 Trophies and Awards, a leading online retailer of trophies and plaques, has created a simple to follow set of rules when writing copy for plaques and similar types of awards.
Wes McKinney, Operations Manager for the company says, "This tool is admittedly long overdue. We have fielded literally thousands of questions of what should be written on a plaque. In the spirit of making ordering as easy as possible for our customers, and our commitment to keeping it simple, we have established a set of really simple rules to follow. We have also provided a few sample phrases to make it even easier for our customers."
The basic set of rules are as follows:
1. Personalize as much as possible. Make sure you have the recipient’s name, the reason the award and the date.
2. Be as concise as possible. Too many words just add clutter.
3. Be focused. An award should clearly state why the recipient is being honored.
4. Check your spelling, particularly all names. Then check again and again.
5. Consider adding a graphic or logo.
Also, the trophy company offers sample text for sales awards, sponsor plaques and service awards. McKinney continues, "While we want our customers to have their unique personality show through on each award, we know many customers need some help getting started."
About The Company. Established in 2002, K2 Trophies and Awards has become a leading on-line supplier of trophies, plaques, medals and awards throughout the United States. Visit their website at http://www.k2awards.com