What to Say When Presenting an Award?

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When presenting an award it's best to say a few nice things about the person receiving the award, including a bit about why the award is being given to that person. Be sure to also thank the person and mention the person's name.
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When presenting an award, you should talk about its significance so the audience and the receiver will value the award even more. Learn other tips, visit .
When you are presenting an award you should say thanks to your parents and say thanks to God. You should say thanks to all the people that were beside you and who helped you to do this.
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