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All american question

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by pjbosh, Dec 28, 2012.

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  1. pjbosh

    pjbosh Member

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    I am just wondering if there is any kind of recognition for the all American team members other than being in trap and field magazine. Is there a plaque, or pin, badge, certificate. Anything of a little momento to keep.
     
  2. Jerry Parr

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    Yep...ya get a patch......usually runs people about $5,000 a square inch....
     
  3. PaShooter

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    Thinking T&F may give out hats for team members @ The Grand but may be cut back to to the overabundance of catagories.......
     
  4. pjbosh

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    I don't know about ATA teams, but half the USAS teams got to go to Mexico for training this month. the other half went to Puerto Rico. Members of those teams will go to the world Cup matches in Slovenia, Italy, Spain or wherever.
     
  6. AllAmer4

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    Unless things have changed, you get a letter from the ATA President, a gold or silver pin, and a patch.

    And the respect that comes with attaining the highest level within our sport.

    Dean
     
  7. Hank Cross

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    I got "Gold Bullets" from the NRA as a rifle All-American.

    Hank Cross
     
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