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John Holmes Joins The Exclusive Ranks Of Stanford Who’s Who

MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, March 7, 2013 /Stanford Who’s Who/ -- Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of John Holmes to the distinguished ranks of leading professionals as a result of his work in the professional services field. As Owner of The Trophy Monitor as well as throughout his entire career, John has consistently demonstrated the dedication, vision, and skills required to be successful in the business world.

Established by Mr. Holmes in 1980, The Trophy Monitor handles all aspects of managing trophy and memorabilia collections for corporations, academic and private collectors, as well as sporting and social clubs. The Trophy Monitor provides a comprehensive range of services, including auditing, assessing, hand polishing, and detailing sporting cups and trophies, cleaning trophy cabinets, photographing and cataloguing trophy collections, and creating trophy asset registers. They also offer repair, restoration, and re-plating of gold, silver, pewter, bronze and e.p.n.s. trophies, statues, and figurines. In addition, the company supplies gold, silver, and sterling silver trophies, cups, presentation trays, salvers, and rose bowls. The Trophy Monitor is an expert in archival protection and the provision of safe storage advice for valuable memorabilia.

Over the course of his incredibly impressive career, John has also served in numerous other managerial positions, including as a Government and Defense Export Manager for Chubb Fire; General Manager of Horseracing and Sporting for Mittys World of Sport; Corporate Manager for Meneres BMW; and Sales Manager for Kingston Trophies.

Sharing his expertise in his field, John recently had an article published in the Pavilion Magazine of The Australian Cricket Society on the subject of bronze cricketer’s statues located around Australia. He is highly regarded for his expertise and knowledge in historical Australian sporting memorabilia, as well as antique, vintage, and heritage Australian sporting trophies, and the conservation and preservation of heritage Australian sporting items. Further demonstrating his love for sport, he enjoys collecting autographed books and researching Australian sporting history.

An extensively educated individual, Mr. Holmes has a rich academic foundation that encompasses numerous courses in a variety of subjects. Evidencing his remarkable reputation in his field, he is a member of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material. John is also a member of numerous other professional networking organizations.

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