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Toilet Seat Last Place Medal with TP Loser Neckband – Silver or Gold - 3.25 Inch Wide

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Toilet Seat Last Place Medal with TP Loser Neckband – Silver or Gold - 3.25 Inch Wide 

This new Toilet Seat Medallion is built to last and will remain in good condition even with robust handling. Yep!  Their shame is here to stay!

These uniquely styled medals were created with any bottom of the barrel participant in mind.  The weighty, die-cast metal medals are sizable enough to bring attention to the recipient…whether they want it or NOT! 

- Available in Gold & Silver for when you have more than one person who truly deserves “recognition”
- Ideal for those who suffer from bad draft picks, continuous strike outs at key games or the series of everlasting gutter balls
MEMORIALIZE their defeat or incompetency with a personal message on the back with up to three (3) lines of engraving on a black plate with gold lettering; 20 characters/spaces per line
- Includes a custom  36” long, 1.5” wide, v-neck ribbon that is designed to look like toilet paper
- Volume discounts are available
- 3.25” wide

Please allow up to 3 - 4 business days for production of your engraved order.

 

The ENGRAVED PLATE is on the BACK of the MEDAL

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  • Apparently I never won a metal
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    Posted by too embarrassed to say on Apr 2nd 2021

    Ordered these medals for myself and fellow managers (all losers). Was very excited with the exceptionally prompt delivery and quality product. Called to complain because the medals arrived without the engraving. The very courteous customer support person politely told me that medals are engraved on the back (which they were). I then grew sad from the realization that I had never won a metal (which is why I do not know where they are engraved?). I am still laughing and the nice lady on the phone probably is also...