Achievement is an abstract representation of success, fulfillment and high achievement. Flowing, wing-like lines and forms represent someone soaring to achieve – and exceed - their goals and objectives. This unique awards design was created by artist Bob Bennett and stands 15” tall (including its marble base). The Achievement sculpture awards are created in pewter, and available in one of two finishes: 1) a brushed pewter finish or 2) silver plating.
On the heels of Charles Lindbergh's legendary trans-Atlantic flight in the summer of 1927, Chevrolet designed their salesman's awards to feature a monoplane similar to Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis. A female figure holds aloft the plane, the tail of which rests upon an upright medallion bearing Chevrolet's logo and raised lettering of "QUOTA TROPHY - OCTOBER 1927." The nickel-plated structure and marble base span dimensions of 7-1/2" x 4-3/4" x 6".