What is the history of the Fifth Third Bank lapel pin?
They are having a really long history, and it is a good way to advertise your business or to show your attitude to some things. I was checking a lot of various different resources, where to order it and found https://www.pinsource.com/custom-lapel-pins/hard-enamel-pins where it is possible to order a pin of any shape. I think that it is a pretty decent solution if you want to show your expression and to make a pretty design as well.
This is a very interesting story. Now custom lapel pins are made in any shape, with any pattern, at the request of the client. And many hang them not traditionally – on the lapel, in various places, even on backpacks
A. The Fifth Third Bank lapel pin was created in 1983 as part of a suggestion box campaign. If an employee’s suggestion was implemented, he/she was rewarded with a lapel pin. After the suggestion box campaign ended, the extra pins were distributed throughout the corporate office. While the pin became a popular accessory changing shapes and colors throughout the years, it was not widely distributed to all employees until the late 1980’s. In 1989, Fifth Third introduced its Hall of Fame pin, commemorating longtime spokesman Johnny Bench’s election to the Baseball Hall of Fame. In 2001, the lapel pin went magnetic after employees shared concern about damaging their blouses and suits with the pushpin. In 2004, Fifth Third Bank introduced a silver pin option in addition to the gold. In October of 2007 the Fifth Third pin went pink to commemorate the national breast cancer awareness month and to raise money for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign. In 2
*Sadly, we had to bring back ads too. Hopefully more targeted.