SJA British Sports Journalism Awards 2017
Acrylic tablets are hugely versatile, and these latest awards are no exception.
The Sports Journalists’ Association was looking for an award that would best include their logo and branding.
Formed in 1948, the SJA ‘has endeavoured to adapt and grow’, embracing the challenges that come with a rapidly changing media landscape. They have a long-held history in awards, presenting the first ever SJA British Sports Awards in 1949; the oldest sports awards in Britain. They have since founded the British Sports Journalism Awards, to recognise the ‘crème de la crème’ of sports journalism whether it be writing, photography or broadcast’. The ceremony recognises those who have achieved innovation and excellence in the sports journalism industry. With a total of 26 categories, the awards celebrate the diverse and evolving range of opportunities in British sports journalism.
Congratulations to @JWTelegraph for winning @SportSJA Investigative Sports Reporter of the Year award and @alanshearer for being highly commended in the Television Sport Factual or Feature of the Year category #SJA2017 pic.twitter.com/z9p9Vw44n5
— Alzheimer’s Media (@Alz_Soc_Media) February 26, 2018
The design of these awards had to include the logo and branding, as well as the relevant sponsor branding, and the award title.
Game Changing Awards
— Peter Daire (@peterdaire) February 26, 2018
The final awards took form in a set of cohesive printed acrylic tablets. Printing on acrylic is not only cost-effective, but a practical method of presenting branding. Fonts, colours and graphics can be perfectly matched, and awards can be easily updated year on year as branding evolves.
— Jim White (@JimWhite) February 26, 2018
Acrylic tablets are an excellent option for multiple awards that are robust, without compromising style or design.
For more information about the award or plaque Gaudio Awards can create for you, you can contact our sales team now on 01242 232 383, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill in the ‘contact‘ form on our site, and one of our project managers will get back to you to discuss your requirements.
To find out more about the British Sports Journalism Awards, click here.