Replicated Lapel Pins Help Georgetown University Law Center Keep a Commencement Tradition Alive
Challenge: To find a manufacturer to replicate lapel pins on short notice.
When law firms and other employers of legal minds set out to recruit new staff, they often turn first to Georgetown University Law Center, one of the most prestigious and selective law firms in the United States. Each year, more students apply to Georgetown Law than to any other law school in the U.S.; each year, the esteemed school offers admissions to only 20 percent of applicants—give or take a percent.
Because Georgetown Law, set in the heart of Washington, D.C., gives its students a rich sense of stature, atmosphere and history, graduates carry with them a lifelong sense of distinction and honor that is recognized by peers everywhere. With this in mind, the Georgetown Law team began, several years ago, a tradition of presenting graduates with Georgetown Law lapel pins during commencement ceremonies. The pins not only congratulate graduating students; they also welcome students to the Georgetown Law alumni family and provide a positive reminder of good times on campus.
Solution: An old pin is replicated as quickly as possible
This year—and with commencement quickly approaching—the Georgetown Law team turned to ePromos Account Executive Max Katz for help in replicating the lapel pin they had previously purchased from another provider. Max, with a sample of the pin in hand, and by working his ePromos connections with various product manufacturers, found a factory able to replicate the pin post-haste.
Result: Thanks to Quick Work and Connections, Pins Proudly Grace the Lapels of 2008 Georgetown Law Graduates.
Thanks to Max’s expeditious work, the Georgetown team received their pins in time for graduation ceremonies. The pins gifted to the Class of 2008 matched those received by grads from years past, thus successfully carrying forth the Law Center’s meaningful lapel pin tradition.
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