The Florida Holocaust Museum contacted Levy Recognition to create a piece that would decorate the awards cabinet of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. A large crystal sculpture was created to be presented during a special awards ceremony honoring the late President. President Eisenhower’s grandson, David Eisenhower, accepted the award. David Eisenhower was presented the Spike Award as a token of the museum’s appreciation. The Spike Award was manufactured from an actual railroad spike that tied together the train tracks of a concentration camp.