Hey also just to add something. I work IT, right now I do systems integration, prior I was a data specialist for sprint and cingular. When you go to those companies for support they have all these rules about accepting gifts from customers. As if you do it someone could call that being biased towards a customer and file a lawsuit and such. We had to give gifts to the manager he had to clear them, then maybe in 6 months you would get it, or management would keep it and give you a letter in exchange.
The rule at the big phone companies was if it has a cash value (signed autograph NFL football for instance) it cannot be kept by the employee. Just something to think about, would stink to do all that well thought out work and then have someone other than travis or Jeff get your gift card as a company give-away (which is where most of the presents and gifts Sprint and cingular got went). Just to help ya out a lil =) I say go for it if you like the CS though!
I think that is awesome, but equally, the letter itself is awesome. If that is where we end up excellent, but again, let's "end up" somewhere soon here. JL if it will start some momentum, either post publicly or private message me a paypal and I'll do my donation now. Thanks again to all who have helped with this, I think it is a terrific thing to do. Cheers.Thanks for the info...what if we did something like this. Took the letter and had it inscribed in acrylic like this, one for each of them. It has no monetary value, but still is a very nice way to say thank you.
Yes that might look better. I am worried if we try to do the letter the text may be to small to be easily read. This is why I wanted to get the opinion of someone who sells these for their input.The letter might be too big for that type of display. If so, could we do something like a couple of framed letters and then do the acrylic something like just a big thank you from the the guys at HKpro, or something like that.
I think that sounds great, where should I send paypal? Thanks for all the extra effort on this one! Cheers.Ok, I talked to a few people and a whole letter in acrylic would be really hard to read and might look jumbled. They said its best to keep it to a few lines so that the award can be read from a distance and really stands out.
With that said, does anyone disagree with this idea of sending two framed letters accompanied by 2 acrylic awards, one for Travis and one for Jeff?