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Cupertino Service Ribbon
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|Cupertino Service Ribbon|
The Cupertino Service Ribbon (delegate class)
|Awarded by the Chair of the Board|
|Established||7 March 2020|
|Country||Member nations of the Cupertino Alliance|
Delegate class ribbon
Citizen class ribbon
|Motto||”Le désir d'améliorer la communauté” (English: “The desire to improve the community.”)|
|Eligibility||Outstanding amount of service or passion to the Cupertino Alliance|
|Criteria||Retired delegate to the Cupertino Alliance after 1 January 2020|
|Chair of the Board||Jayden Lycon|
|Grades||Delegates (CUP) |
|Post-nominals||CUP or CCR, depending on grade.|
|First induction||7 March 2020|
|Last induction||2 (as of 12 May 2020)|
The Cupertino Service Ribbon or Cupertino Citizenship Recognition Ribbon is the highest official honour in the Cupertino Alliance. It was founded on 7 March 2020 by Jayden Lycon after the departure of Archie Birch from the Alliance.
Structure and appointment
There are 2 classes to this ribbon, one awarded to former delegates and one for any citizen in a Cupertino member state. The delegation class is intended to honour any retired delegate to the Cupertino Alliance who has demonstrated a high level of passion and dedication to the Alliance, whilst the citizen class is to honour dedicated, passionate, and hard-working citizens of member states.
In order to qualify for the ribbon, one must be a delegate of the Cupertino Alliance after 1 January 2020 and retired from their delegate duties. A current delegate can nominate a retired delegate in the Parliament of the Cupertino Alliance, where it gets voted upon by the other members. If it reaches a majority, the retired delegate will be awarded the ribbon by the Chair of the Board. Former delegates are entitled to use the post-nominal letters CUP, whilst citizens are entitled to use the post-nominal letters CCR.
As of 18 March 2020, there have been 2 inductees of the Cupertino Service Ribbon: