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AICP certificate

SlaveToTheGrind

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Okay, I just received my AICP certificate which has been redesigned and all I can say is UGLY! It looks like a bad photo copy. White cardstock with black writing and AICP embossed (with no color). For all the money they get, they could have produced a better looking certificate.
 

el Guapo

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STG I bet yours looks better in a $300 Planner's Book Service frame.

Not the best looking thing I ever paid for, but I don't think it looks much worse than my certificate from The Earl Schieb School of Auto Body.

BTW - I wish mine had been signed by Olmstead himself, like Gurnee's was. :-D
 

JNA

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All I got was a wallet card from The Breckenridge International University of Technical Studies.
 

Dan

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el Guapo said:
BTW - I wish mine had been signed by Olmstead himself, like Gurnee's was. :-D
I thought his was signed by Baron Haussmann. Gurnee must be younger than I thought!

I've got the old certificate: tan paper, maroon AICP logo.and signatures I can't read.
 

giff57

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el Guapo said:
STG I bet yours looks better in a $300 Planner's Book Service frame.

I have the same one as Dan. My old assistant got it framed and matted for $90.
 

el Guapo

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mike gurnee said:
Hey, AICP did not start until 1978...but I am a charter member.
Oh, yeah Gurnee we know your a "Charter" member..wink wink...nudge nudge...know what I mean...know what I mean...



Disclaimer: This post is in no way meant to convey to current employers, possible future employers, or planning clients that Mr. Gurnee is a having a randy and baudy good time in his off hours. Well unless, of course, that is the kind of fellow you are looking for. ;)
 
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