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  • The Benefits of Awards

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    There's no feeling quite like receiving an award for your company's hard word, dedication, services and success. It's great to feel recognized and accomplished by key authorities in the field, but is there any purpose to industry awards beyond that? Believe it or not, awards have many benefits for your business and even your customers. Standing Out It's very difficult to stand out and seem unique in practically any market. Any company in the world can say that they're the best or that they have

  • The Juno Awards

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    Over the past 40 years or so, the Juno Award statuette has been through many changes and adaptations. Here’s the journey of the metronome-shaped RPM Gold Leaf awards into the Juno Award of the present-day. 1970-74 The Juno Awards (originally called the RPM Gold Leaf award) was designed by the co-founder of the Juno Awards, Stan Klees. It was an 18 inch award, made of walnut, designed to bear a resemblance to a metronome. 1975 The award was re-created into a larger (23 inch), more acrylic version

  • Achievements Of The Academy Awards

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    English 11 Haddorff March 10 2014 The Academy Awards “An academy award nomination is stuff dreams are made of” -Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, Academy award winner in 2012. Since 1927 the academy awards have been fulfilling the dreams of actors, producers, and directors everywhere (History). From when the academy awards were first created, through the milestones over the years, and the iconic oscar statute, the academy awards have become one of the biggest award shows of all time. In early January 1927, MGM

  • History of the Academy Awards

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    Academy Awards are highly anticipated by all people alike, from being televised across the globe. People look forward to the fashion and the glam of seeing their favorite actor or actress get all dolled up for the awards. Some people watch to see if their favorite movie will take home gold or take home all of the awards for the evening. Each year we curl up on the couch to watch the Academy Awards, but how did it get started and become the big event it is today? The idea for the Academy Awards started

  • Media Chronicle: The Academy Awards

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    Academy Awards. I was ten years old when I first watched the ceremony and being so young at the time, all I knew was that a group of celebrities gathered to celebrate movies. Yet, as time went by and as I kept getting older and more knowledgeable about the awards, they became something more to me. The show not only changed my perspective about movies, but it also gave me a new insight into what I want to do with my life, and about the power of dreams and choices. Historically, the Academy Awards were

  • Analysis Of The Baldrige Award

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    Quality Award: In 1894, researchers stated the United States was in a health crisis since we spend more than 30% of its income on health care. The Malcom Baldrige Award program soon became the answer to the health crisis in America. It is a recognized triumph of refining quality. Once some health care industries adapted the Baldrige Award and it made a significant change by providing ever-improving value to the customer and overall operational performance. Baldrige Award’s component of customer

  • Analysis of Jim Valvano’s Arthur Ashe Award Acceptance Speech

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    as a result he created the V Foundation, whose raises money for cancer research. In 1993, Valvano won the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage at the ESPY’s. In his acceptance speech, Valvano effectively incorporates the three appeals of speech writing, but uses a strong ethos appeal to capture the audience. Through such a strong ethos appeal, Valvano makes himself worthy for the award he is receiving, which is the goal for any acceptance speech. Valvano’s speech is also effective because he uses four of

  • Antonio P. Meloto Jr's Community Leadership Award

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    I would never be able to see the late president Ramon Magsaysay, I would be able to see his influence on others, how they, like him, have made a difference in their own ways- the Ramon Magsaysay awardees. Every year the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award is given to an individual in Asia who embodies the character of the late president in certain fields of activity- government service; public service; community leadership; journalism, literature and creative communication arts; peace ...

  • Montgomery Awards

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    help you realize how important it is to communicate within a business. This business probably would have been more successful and reached higher greatness if they had greater communication with the public. A little background information. Montgomery Award was founded in 1872, and had its first free standing retail store in 1926 in Plymouth, Indiana. Montgomery Ward did not face any king of problems when it was first introduced, it succeeded in everything it did. The mail-order catalogue was great and

  • Awards Essay

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    And now, presenting the twenty-two time winner of the annual “Ultimate Gratitude” Competition, in which we determine who is truly the most deserving of our thanks: Mom! For your incredible feats of stamina, wisdom, and patience, the “Award of Ultimate Gratitude” is yours. Thanks Mom! Your stamina is tested every single day, and you always rise to the challenge. I mean, You somehow manage to wake up with me at five in the morning and drop me off about six miles away, before continuing another thirty