Sponsoring Vendors

Award Concepts, Inc. Award Concepts, Inc. is a manufacturer of custom made jewelry located in Saint Charles, Illinois. Our owners founded the company in 1985 under the principles of providing value through custom high quality products supported by exceptional customer service at a fair market price. More information...
E-Group E Group E Group is proud to provide America's leading honor societies with regalia, jewelry, awards and products that celebrate academic excellence. For more than 30 years, we've been providing turn-key programs and streamlined fulfillment to assure an outstanding experience for students and deliver outstanding value for our clients. We also serve as the official ACHS partner for Church Hill Classics Frame Programs. More information...
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts Hyatt Hotels & Resorts provide for everything from executive gatherings and unique group incentives, to very large meetings and conventions at more than 120 Hyatt Hotels and Resorts across the U.S., Canada and Caribbean. More information...
MemberPlanet.com MemberPlanet.com is a robust online platform allowing organizations/chapters/clubs easy to use online tools including: email blasts, donation campaigns, volunteer forms, event registration, photo sharing, text messaging, all in one centralized location. We give staff and volunteers the ability to improve communication, improve engagement and raise money all in one convenient portal.   More information...
NPC Inc. Enivation, a branded service of NPC, Inc., provides a scanning and archiving solution to electronically store older physical publications online and share them worldwide.  More information...

ProCrescent ProMotions ProCrescent is a single source supplier for the product and service requirements of your honor society. Products: honor cords and stoles, medallions, lapel pins, jewelry, printed certificates, trophies, plaques, apparel, glassware, custom chapter tee, and much more. Services: online, interactive store with order processing, fulfillment, warehousing, inventory management, and flexible reporting options. More information...
Schoen Trimming and Cord, Co. Schoen Trimming and Cord, Co. has been the largest direct manufacturer of tassels, honor cords, and honor stoles in the country since they were founded in 1939. More information...
The Trophy House

The Trophy House is a 43 year old company that has had the privilege of working with ACHS for the past 13 years. We pride ourselves in excellent Service to the customer and Quality products. TheTrophy House supplies Medallions, Lapel Pins, Honor Cords, Stoles, Mugs and Keychains, and Tee Shirts and Sweats. More information...

Watkins Printing Company The Watkins Printing Company

The Watkins Printing Company is celebrating 88 years in 2011.  A publication and magazine Web Press printer. FSC certified - Virtual Proofing - and Online Magazine technology available. More information...

id2net - Information Development & Design id2net specializes in print and website design, and provides webspace hosting for associations and small businesses. More information...

A free benefit of participation as an Exhibitor at the ACHS Annual Council Meeting is a corporate posting on this page. To join the select group of exhibitors seeking to reach the key decision makers for college honor societies, simply file a Corporate Profile. Contact us for more details about registering as an Exhibitor.

Please submit (by email) two or three short paragraphs that describe products and services offered by your company. Prepare the text as a professional notice, without advertising hype (send in the body of the email message). Include a small logo image in gif or jpg image format. You may also include a couple pictures of sample products, if you wish. Send the image(s) as an email file attachment. Please supply the URL for your company Web site and a generic company email address as a prominent place has been made for it on the page.

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