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More savings just in time for Court Reporting & Captioning Week

Just in time for Court Reporting & Captioning Week, save 20 percent off everything in the NCRA Merchandise Shop from Jan. 26 through Jan. 30.

Don’t miss this opportunity to save money on any customized swag for 2023 Court Reporting & Captioning Week being celebrated Feb. 4-11. Shop for the latest in clothing, accessories, gifts, and more and customize with this year’s official “STENO always in my heart” logo. Items can also be customized with your favorite NCRA, NCRF, I Love Steno, NCRA STRONG, or official certification logos.

The online company that provides the items and customization, Spreadshirt, takes care of processing the orders and ships goods directly to the consumer. The company also offers customers an easy exchange and return policy. Members who purchase items from the Merchandise Shop are supporting their national organization’s programs and scholarships while also showing off their NCRA pride. 

Be sure to check back often in the Merchandise Shop to see what new items and merchandise are being offered. NCRA will also announce new items and merchandise during special events.

NCRA members who do purchase items are encouraged to share photos of themselves sporting their swag. You might just get featured on the store site or in other marketing materials. Send your photos to and post on social media using #CRCW2023. Happy shopping and happy Court Reporting & Captioning Week.

Be sure to check out the 2023 Court Reporting & Captioning Week resource page for a variety of downloadable materials designed to help you celebrate your certification.

And don’t forget: State associations that submit an official proclamation by their state leaders recognizing the week will be entered into a drawing to win a free registration to the 2023 NCRA Conference & Expo being held in Houston, Texas, July 27-30. A sample proclamation can be found on the NCRA 2023 Court Reporting & Captioning Week resource page. All official proclamations should be submitted to