Monday, April 28, 2014

Nurse of the Year Award Certificate Free

National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6 and ends on May 12 (the birth date of famous nurse Florence Nightingale) in the United States. National Nurses Day, sometimes referred to as Nurses Day or National RN Recognition Day, occurs each year on May 6.

Typical Nurse Appreciation gift ideas include cards, pins, poems, letters, gift certificates, lunch, and gift baskets. If your theme or activities revolve around food, remember to gift healthy (fruit, nuts, light snacks). We don't need our nurses falling into a sugar-induced coma during triage.

Free Nurse of the Year Award Certificate

Nurse of the Year Award Certificate


The best gift for nurses day is something homemade and from the heart. Quickly customize your own "Nurse of the Year" Award Certificate with our free printable PDF.  You can type directly onto the certificate template and add your own message before printing. Within seconds you'll have a unique award that will bring smiles to your favorite teacher! Just click the link to download the PDF and enjoy!

Friday, November 29, 2013

Video for 101 Funny Office Awards

My new promotional video for "101 Funny Office Awards" lovingly crafted with Adobe Audition, Screencast-O-Matic, Picasa, Photoshop and Adobe Premiere. I even upgraded to a new Blue Microphone (the Yeti). Enjoy!



Watch on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkAMJLrwfKo

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:
Hi, I’m comedian Larry Weaver with a look inside "101 Funny Office Awards".

This downloadable PDF file contains 101 unique award certificates created specifically for those who work in an office environment.

I’ve written lots of tips to make sure you have the best office awards presentation possible.

You’ll find a handy ballot to nominate coworkers for awards without giving away the award itself.

Next up are the certificates. You’ll find awards for everything from break room etiquette to office gossip.

Customize the certificates using free Adobe Reader software. Just pick an award you like, type in the recipient name, presenter’s name, and date. Choose print, hit OK. It’s that easy.

You can reword the name of the award. You can change the explanation to better fit your recipient or create your own funny award. The possibilities are endless.

The built-in snapshot tool is ideal for copying and pasting the certificate into an email or PowerPoint.

These certificates are a lot of fun. They’re perfect for any type of business or organization anywhere in the World. And they are backed by a 30-day 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Download your copy today at FunAwards.com

Monday, November 18, 2013

Video for 101 Funny Employee Awards

My new promotional video for "101 Funny Employee Awards" lovingly crafted with Adobe Audition , Techsmith Snagit 8.0, Picasa, Photoshop and Adobe Premiere. Enjoy!



Watch on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txnRMV5K5Ms

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT
Hi, I’m comedian Larry Weaver with a look inside "101 Funny Employee Awards".

This downloadable PDF file contains 101 unique award certificates to give employees, volunteers and staff.

I’ve written lots of tips to make sure you have the best employee awards presentation possible.

You’ll find a handy ballot that you can use to nominate staff members for awards without giving away the award itself.

Next up are the award certificates. There are templates for Appreciation, Achievement,  Excellence, Leadership, Recognition, Teamwork and Employee of the Month.

Using free Adobe Reader software, you can type directly onto the certificates. Just pick an award you like, type in the recipient name, presenter’s name, and date. Choose print, hit OK. It’s that easy.

You can even change the explanation to better fit your recipient. Or reword the name of the award completely. The possibilities are endless.

Using the built-in snapshot tool, you can easily copy and paste the certificate into an email or PowerPoint. You can even save your changes.

These certificates are a lot of fun and they’re perfect for any type of business or organization anywhere in the World. And they are backed by a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee.

Download your copy today at FunAwards.com

Friday, November 15, 2013

Funny Employee Awards vs. Funny Office Awards

If you're trying to decide between "101 Funny Employee Awards" and "101 Funny Office Awards", you're in the right place. This is comedian Larry Weaver and I created them both.

The short answer is this: if you work in an office, get "101 Funny Office Awards". Otherwise, get "101 Funny Employee Awards."

 

Now the long answer.

The first collection of funny awards I released was way back in 2007. The title back then was "Funny Employee Awards: Your Complete Guide to Organizing a Humorous, Entertaining, and Rewarding Recognition Ceremony." This original collection had a decidedly office-oriented slant. It's safe to say that all of the awards were inspired from my days toiling away in an office environment.

Then I took the show on the road.

Shortly after releasing the first collection of awards, I created a live comedy show based on the book. I would (and still do) travel around the country hosting a funny award show for companies and organizations.

A lot of the organizations were decidedly blue-collar. I'm talking warehouses, distribution centers, firefighters, EMS workers, food service, catering, truckers, hairdressers... the list goes on. For most of these organizations, the majority of employees simply didn't work in an office.

Based on demand, I released a collection of "Funny Teacher Awards." But I knew I had to do more.

A few years back I created a more generic collection called "Funny Awards Certificates". These were meant to be a catch-all collection for friends, family, teammates and coworkers. That still didn't quite solve the problem, so I bundled that collection with the employee awards to create a "Funny Office Awards" bundle.

But all of that was just a delay to the inevitable. I had to break out office awards from employee awards.

Finally, in the Summer of 2013, I sent my calls to voicemail, shut down Outlook and started writing new awards. I didn't know at the time that I would end up rewriting ALL of my collections - ending up with four collections of 101 awards (that's 404 funny awards for you non-math majors).

Today, the newest collection of "101 Funny Office Awards" are for office workers and the totally revamped collection of "101 Funny Employee Awards" have a more generic slant that can apply to any workers in any job.

If you can get them both, do that. A lot of hard work went into them and you won't be disappointed!

p.s. If you want to get a closer look at some of the certificates inside, visit these micro-sites:

  • http://www.funnyemployeeawards.com/
  • http://www.funnyofficeawards.com/ 

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Teacher Appreciation Week


Teacher Appreciation Week occurs on the first full week of May in the United States and Canada. Also known as National Teacher Week, Teacher Appreciation Week is on May 6-10, 2013. Teacher Appreciation Day occurs on Tuesday of Teacher Appreciation Week, May 7, 2013. Outside the U.S., many other country celebrate Teacher Appreciation every October 5, World Teacher's Day.

Typical Teacher Appreciation Week gift ideas include cards, pins, poems, letters, gift certificates, lunch, and gift baskets. If your theme or activities revolve around, remember to gift healthy (fruit, nuts, light snacks). We don't need our teachers falling into a sugar-induced coma during history class. That's the students' job.


The best gift for teacher appreciation day is something homemade and from the heart. Quickly customize your own "Teacher of the Year" Award Certificate with our free printable PDF.  You can type directly onto the certificate template and add your own message before printing. Within seconds you'll have a unique award that will bring smiles to your favorite teacher! Just click the link to download the PDF and enjoy!

Here are some unique ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week 2013:

Funny Teacher Appreciation Certificates - Our exclusive line of funny teacher awards range from teacher superlatives to classroom awards. They reference common classroom objects, literary figures, noted scientists, fairy tales, popular culture icons, and much more. While some fall under the category of "poking light fun", the vast majority are creative ways to say "job well done". They are G-rated and appropriate for all types of schools around the World.

Teacher Appreciation Awards Show - Give your entire staff some much-needed laughter with a performance by comedian Larry Weaver. Full of customized jokes, everyone will love participating in this highly-interactive and hilarious presentation!

"Larry Weaver provided an excellent program for our Teacher Appreciation Banquet. He brought the house down. He was so funny, and the way he worked the audience was just out of this world. I asked for clean and funny and he gave me both. He was AWESOME!" - Teacher Assistant, Johnson Primary School Teacher Assistants Dinner