Matchday Support

Matchday Support Enamel Badge

Matchday Support (abbreviated MDS) is a new concept developed by Wayne Shortland MD at My Choice Local Sheffield. It is a unique idea that any football fan who attends football matches can get involved in.

Matchday Support offers fantastic footballing days in the UK to the following:
– Children who have lost parents
– Fans who have learning disabilities and physical disabilities
– Disadvantaged children and adults who have long and short term serious illnesses

Players Show 8.0

For anyone who doesn’t know what the Players Show is all about, it’s an automotive event held at North Weald Airfield, Essex. Taking place in September of every year. More recently they have also held events at the famous Goodwood motor circuit and even in California, USA.

It’s been a few years since we first worked with the guys at Players. Every time we do, their love for cars and the scene truly shows having seen first hand the awesome events they hold throughout the year. After making various styles of Players keyrings for the previous 2 years, we really wanted to up the game this year and create something special for show and shine entrants who were displaying their cars.

Why Do We Use Enamel Badges?

Why Do We Use Enamel Badges? This is a question that we at House of Logos sometimes get’s asked. The simple answer is to be recognised as being part of an organisation/group or showcasing the fact you have achieved something and want people to know this, but in a more subtle way.

Undoubtedly the most famous of all enamel badge wearers is none other than the current American President, Barack Obama. He is seen wearing the American Star and Stripes enamel badge lapel pin on most occasions. This is an obvious act of pride and makes him stand out as one of the worlds most prolific leaders.

Long Service Awards

Hatfields Long Service Awards

In an ever changing world, the long service award has undergone quite a change. The traditional milestones of 15, 20, 25 and 30 years tend to have been replaced with 5, 10 and 15 years. To put it simply, this is down to people tending to move jobs more frequently.

Forward thinking employers tend to hold annual anniversary events for all staff that have completed a specific milestone.