The History Link

Partial List of Services

  • Celebrations
  • Ceremonies according to Protocol
  • Client Appreciation Guidance, Fulfillment
  • Employee Recognition Concepts, Assistance
  • Community Events

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Discover your founders! You'll be
surprised at what you will find.

Imagine the photos of YOUR corporate anniversary!

With the comprehensive services of The History Link, those pictures can be exactly what you want them to be.


Our promise to you is EXCELLENCE in strategies, concepts and services. Our goal in producing your event or event series is EXCELLENCE for each facet from start to finish to ongoing support for integration of materials with your marketing and PR programs. We like to say we specialize in client satisfaction.

The Process

First of all, we need to know as much as possible about your company, from its organization to future goals. We begin with our proven “history questionnaires” to direct an in-house company search for early photos, printed materials, artifacts, and potential candidates for interviews.


The Brand will be applied to invitations, booklets and more; it will be floated, touted, perhaps sung, seen on billboards or YouTube, and most of all, it will be remembered!

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Our unparalleled expertise in event design, management and production will deliver events that you and your guests will totally enjoy and long remember. Best of all, your corporate story will be visibly celebrated throughout each and every event.

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Community events and sponsorships create a broad awareness of your company and celebration. We will work with those you support or find new opportunities to “give-back.” These can be media magnets, if positioned properly.


Media coverage is significant to the ROI of your anniversary project. Our Media Team has had excellent results with media coverage based on our established relationships. We will represent you through press releases and further communications to get your story to your important audiences. See more about our Media and Dignitary services here.


Exploring and digging for the facts, plus organizing a timeline of your heritage, will produce the basic foundation of your commemoration. Your historical information and photographs may be integrated with those of the era to provide context.


We will organize your collection of historic elements into a central file. This will be invaluable as time passes and future generations continue to celebrate your company.


Our Design Team will listen carefully to your anniversary objectives and create a clever and meaningful anniversary message. Combined with dynamic graphic design, the result will be stand-out, memorable imagery.


We will design and produce all needed printed and digital collateral and materials, from PowerPoint slides, to designs for ad specialties and website announcements, to signs and banners.

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The discovery process cycles through research and development to creative design, before reaching a comfortable point where a proposal and budget can be prepared. Our job is to work within your budget, obtain the greatest value for your company, and ensure you get a return on your investment. If requested, we can recommend a budget figure.


Vision, imagination, people skills, passion, a strong sense of timing, hard work... these and many other things are needed for event management. We employ our management skills to produce the most innovative and effective anniversary marketing program possible, and it is important that we all have a pleasant experience, even fun, throughout the project.

Partial List of Services

  • Sponsorships - Full Service
  • Budget Management
  • Stage Productions
  • Script and Speech Writing
  • Dignitary Coordination
  • Media Communications
  • Commemorative Gifts
  • Photography
  • Graphic Design

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What happened on this day in history?

Theodore Roosevelt Captain Followed in Footsteps of Ship’s Namesake by Writing Bombshell Letter
Navy officials are finding themselves in controversial waters in the wake of Thursday’s announcement that the service was relieving Capt. Brett Crozier of his command of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, a decision made following the leak of a four-page letter Crozier penned pleading for U.S. assistance to help stymie the spread of COVID-19 on …
‘I Wanted to Kill Germans’: 82nd Airborne Paratrooper James Megellas on War
Retired lieutenant colonel Jim Megellas, the 82nd Airborne’s most decorated soldier, recalls his wartime experience
‘Tough invasion. Tough fight’: WWII Vet Recalls the Peleliu and Okinawa Campaigns
In December of 1943 Anthony “Tony” Procassini was a few credit hours short of graduating from the University of Michigan when he walked into a recruiting station and volunteered to serve. Initially hoping to join the Coast Guard to stay close to Michigan, Procassini was told that his options were either the Navy or the …
Making ‘The Blue Max’
Filmed 50 years ago, long before the advent of CGI, "The Blue Max" required two air forces built from scratch.
The Bad Boy Commander of Operation Bolo
In January 1967 a World War II ace taught the U.S. Air Force how to dogfight—and the North Vietnamese learned a lesson, too
How These Brave MOH Pilots Proved Their Valor in the Skies
Of the 92 Americans who earned the Medal of Honor for uncommon valor in air actions, nearly half paid for it with their lives
The PT Boat Accident That Nearly Killed JFK in WWII
The PT-109 disaster made JFK a hero. But his fury and grief at the loss of two men sent him on a dangerous quest to get even
Getting the Truth Out
Ten Americans made a daring escape from the Japanese and shocked the home front with the first detailed account of the Bataan Death March. One day in early May 1943, ten American servicemen emerged from the jungle on the northern coast of Mindanao, a wild and remote island in the southern Philippines. They had quite …
The Man Who Shot A.P. Hill
Even a lowly corporal can make a decision that has major consequences. Wars, campaigns and battles are all determined by decisions made under duress, and Confederate Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill certainly made his share in the course of the American Civil War. The rapid march of his Light Division from Harpers Ferry to Antietam …
Gentlemanly Warfare Is Dead
No longer will commanders let a foe live if they can get him in their sights The faith-based wars that wracked Europe after the Reformation saw armies casually slaughter noncombatants and fanatics assassinate kings and commanders of the wrong religion. By the mid-17th century, however, a wearier—and perhaps wiser—continent began to professionalize its warrior class …