MTM Recognition

July 02, 2013

MTM's commitment to Special Olympics spans decades and includes many areas of support. Their primary partnership is one of recognition, providing our athletes with Games medals and ribbons for their outstanding accomplishments.

History of Support

Over the past 23 years, MTM Recognition has been the Official Supplier of awards and recognition for all of our U.S. Programs. As our trusted partner, MTM has been a supporter through in-kind contributions, cash, and matching gift contributions, benefitting Team USA, Law Enforcement Torch Run, and many other projects. MTM crafts the custom torches that carry the flame of hope from Games to Games. MTM also provides a recognition program for our Special Olympics International employees both for years of service and on-the-spot recognition.

“We can always count on MTM Recognition to provide world-class recognition items for our athletes, dignitaries, employees, volunteers, sponsors or for any occasion that arises,” said Brady Lum, President and COO of Special Olympics. “They are a true partner in every sense of the word. We value long- standing partners like MTM and appreciate their commitment to our movement over the years.”

MTM Recognition is a global leader in awards and recognition delivering best-in-class recognition products and solutions for corporations, organizations and athletics. Learn more about MTM Recognition and our partnership.

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