2020 Graduation Season Update
It’s May, which means it’s officially graduation season! Earlier this week we talked about all of the creative ways schools and community members are coming together to celebrate the accomplishments of The Class of 2020. We are so happy to see students getting the recognition they deserve despite all of the changes we’ve had to make around the world during the coronavirus pandemic. The Class of 2020 will forever be remembered in history as a class who had to quickly adapt and put personal feelings aside for the safety of our community. We are forever grateful!
As a continued reminder, our team continues to operate with a modified business solution, complete with remote and isolated order processing locations. We’ve received many emails this week with important questions and we’d like to address those for anyone looking to place orders for graduation recognition products:
How fast can you get honor cords delivered to us?
We have an ample supply of all colors and honor cords in stock. Orders placed by 12:00 Noon weekdays generally ship the same day via USPS Priority Mail (2-3 days delivery) or UPS. We choose the service that will get your order to you the fastest.
Do you accept purchase orders?
Yes! If placing your order online, select the purchase order option at checkout. If placing your order by email of fax, please send us a copy of the purchase order and we’ll take it from there.
Can we still get honor stoles in time for our May 15th virtual graduation?
Yes! But don’t wait too long to place your order. Right now, we have plenty of honor stoles in stock, but our supply changes daily as more orders come through.
Where are your honor cords made?
We are proud to offer quality honor cords, stoles, and medallions that are Made in America!
Are you offering any discounts?
Yes! Please enter our discount code: Class of 2020 at checkout for additional savings on your order.
Our goal is to continue to safely deliver honor and recognition gear to schools and institutions to have ready for their students once graduation plans get reworked. We understand the importance of graduation regalia and what it means to students and faculty and want graduates to mark their accomplishments in a way in which they deserve.
Please continue to send your questions over to us at: email@example.com
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