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Plaques that Celebrate the Spirit of Charity: Britnie Turner

  
  
  
  
  
  
The members of Aerial Development Group in front of a recently-finished project.


Aerial Development Group is, according to their business description and website, a development company that is dedicated to the full-circle revitalization of Nashville’s urban neighborhoods. However, given the sheer amount of charitable work that they do for both the residents of Nashville and for needy children in Africa, you might think that they were a charity organization instead.

The business’ operating principle is fairly simple, and may be familiar to anyone who has seen shows such as Flipping Out: buy a run-down home, remodel it, and then sell that property for a profit. ADG’s current office was once a burned-out shack that they purchased and remade into their headquarters.


A Plaque for Ralph Ronzello and His Period Correct Catalina

  
  
  
  
  
  
Ralph, behind the wheel of one of his beloved classic cars.


Who is Ralph Ronzello? Ralph Ronzello is a District Manager for the Harris Teeter chain of food and pharmacy stores in North Carolina. It is a job he does well, and it allows him to support his family. But, there’s more to Ralph than the mild-mannered job title of District Manager might first suggest to a stranger.

To those who know him, Ralph Ronzello is also known as something of a classic car fanatic. For years now, Ralph has been a major part of the classic race car scene. For him, the restoration of classic racing vehicles is not just a mere hobby, it is a passion that drives him to make the perfect racing car to relive the memories of his favorite cars from when he was a child.


Perpetual Plaques are the Perfect Motivator

  
  
  
  
  
  
Perpetual Plaques are a great way to motivate your employees and improve morale.

Here at In The News, we specialize in the preservation of magazine and newspaper articles in plaque form. Featured article plaques are a great way to celebrate the accomplishments of the company as a whole, or the achievements of a single individual. However, featured article plaques aren’t the only kind of plaques we make (even though they’re still our favorites).

A Plaque Caper Half a Century in the Making

  
  
  
  
  
  
The grave marker of a Revolutionary War hero is a monument to our forefathers, and for many, the only way we can preserve their memory.

Last week, we talked about the theft of three brass memorial plaques honoring servicemen from California in National City’s Kimball Park Stadium. Thankfully in the case of that theft, the thieves abandoned the plaques quickly when the local community’s outcry against the defacing of a memorial honoring previous generations of their own families proved to be extremely vocal.

Memorial Plaques Stolen from Kimball Park Stadium, then Recovered

  
  
  
  
  
  
The criminal or criminals involved in the theft are still unknown.

Just a couple of weeks ago, thieves took down three brass plaques from the veteran’s memorial at Kimball Park Stadium in National City, California. The sudden disappearance of the memorial plaques that have honored fallen American soldiers for over 60 years sparked outrage among the residents of the California community.

10 Minute Marketing Tips from in the News

  
  
  
  
  
  
Even with the miracle of coffee, it might seem like there aren't enough hours in the day to work on your marketing.

Between maintaining customer accounts, managing employees, and just keeping the business on its feet, finding the time to handle your marketing can seem impossible. However, there are ways to put your business’ name out there without spending hours agonizing over a full-fledged marketing campaign.

Preserving Cherished Moments with a Plaque: Jerry Ferro

  
  
  
  
  
  
Jerry

Gerard Ferro, known a Jerry to his friends and fellow Inc. Business Owner’s Council members, is a highly successful entrepreneur in the field of health care innovation. A graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, Jerry understands the value of hard work, honesty, and compassion. The University prides itself on being a challenging environment that inspires its graduates to excel in whatever field they have chosen, and Mr. Ferro has become an exemplar of success.

In The News Presents: 5 Tips on How to Promote Your Business

  
  
  
  
  
  
Good marketing is a key part of any business. How are you marketing yours?

For any new business, few things are as important as getting your name out there and earning the recognition of potential customers. Even businesses that have been around for a while can benefit from effective self-promotion.

Custom Car Destroyed, A Plaque Keeps the Memory Intact

  
  
  
  
  
  
Helmintoller's prized ride, shortly before he donated it to the Kentucky museum.

You may or may not have heard about the incident at the Kentucky National Corvette Museum, where more than a half-dozen rare and valuable Corvettes fell through the floor of the museum into a sinkhole that had developed under the building’s foundation.

Tough Plaques for Hard Use Products: Bravo Company Mfg

  
  
  
  
  
  
American military forces need rugged, reliable equipment such as BCM's products.

Bravo Company Manufacturing, also known as BCM, is a distributor of high-performance weapon systems that are, as they inform visitors to their about us page, “manufactured, reinforced and tested to meet the unforgiving needs of law enforcement, military, security and peace keeping professionals in some of the most high stress environments and situations in the world.” As a company, BCM is unflinchingly dedicated to the manufacture of a rugged, reliable product that can withstand the rigors of real-world conflicts.

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