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A Fine Wine That's Divine Anytime A Delicious Framed Article

Posted by Brian Brady on Fri, Aug 23, 2013 @ 01:56 PM

They may be called Old 502 Winery, but there’s nothing “old” or traditional about their vision. After operating as River Bend Winery for 10 years, owner John Neace knew something had to change. As the years went by, founder of Louisville-based insurance brokerage Neace Lukens, John Neace managed River Bend more like a hobby and not a business. In 2013, the winery was revamped with a new name, Old 502 Winery, and a stamped with a new, untraditional vision.
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Tags: Magazine Articles, Restaurant/Bar

A Plaque As Gift for Miss Texas: Bekah Roebuck and Kendall Morris

Posted by Brian Brady on Wed, Aug 21, 2013 @ 01:37 PM

Kendall Morris is the winner of the 2011 Miss Texas beauty pageant and was a top 10 contender for the Miss America 2012 pageant. A student of the Texas Christian University, Morris is a journalism major with a focus in broadcast journalism. As reported by the WaxahachieTX.com website, miss Morris hopes "to be a TV anchor or broadcast reporter" once she finishes her college degree.

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Tags: Customer profile, Achievements, Gifts

Lucky Pennies Result In A Custom Article Plaque

Posted by Brian Brady on Fri, Aug 16, 2013 @ 10:55 AM

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Tags: Custom Wall Plaque, Customer profile, Wood Plaques, Business

Joey Votto: 2013 Face of MLB Immortalized With A Plaque

Posted by Brian Brady on Wed, Aug 14, 2013 @ 10:35 AM

Baseball has always been a true American pastime. Modernize it with the technological advances of social media and mix it with Major League Baseball, and you have a contest on Twitter for the Face of MLB. This year’s Face of MLB is Joseph Daniel “Joey” Votto of the Cincinnati Reds, who out-voted Joe Mauer, Jose Bautista, Derek Jeter, Andrew McCutchen, and Matt Kemp. He was “hashtagged” into first place and is this year’s face of Major League Baseball.

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Tags: Customer profile, Achievements, Sports

The Preventive Vet And His First Plaque

Posted by Brian Brady on Tue, Aug 13, 2013 @ 03:57 PM

When an individual finds a passion in anything, they must pursue it. Passion brings meaning and purpose to the lives of many people. When the spark of imagination and the depth of passion blend together, one person can make the world a little bit better. In the case of Dr. Jason Nicholas, he found his passion in animals, and used his passion to make the world a better and more informed place. Through his experience in general and emergency animal care, he has become all too familiar with the scene of a heartbroken family as their pet suffers from a condition that could have been avoided. He wanted to spread the knowledge of preventive veterinary medicine to families at home, before the accidents happened. He gathered together his knowledge and wrote “101 Essential Tips You Need to Raise a Happy, Healthy, Safe Dog,” which educates the pet owners with advice on a healthier environment for the pet. After the book was released, Oregonian featured him in an article, and In the News was more than happy to create a custom plaque for him to display proudly. His story and his plaque deserve to be remembered, and to help families and pet owners across the country.

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Tags: Customer profile, Medical, Newspaper Articles

Newspaper Frames, Magazine Frames: What are Acrylic Frames?

Posted by Brian Brady on Fri, Aug 09, 2013 @ 03:22 PM

If a business has a physical location, and customers visit the premises, then the likelihood of the company wishing to display and frame certificates, authorizations, staff photographs and particularly good press is high.

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Tags: Newspaper Articles, Acrylic Plaques, Magazine Articles

The Adventurous Attorney Immortalized In A Custom Display Plaque

Posted by Brian Brady on Thu, Aug 08, 2013 @ 05:10 PM

When watching your favorite show, commercial breaks are a given. Unfortunately, most commercials are repetitive, especially when they exhibit attorneys and others representing the law. Fortunately, one local lawyer has broken the mold of law advertising and has become a commercial personality. With commercials that portray his adventurous spirit, Michael B. Clayton brings a new persona to advertisements in law. Rather than reciting practiced lines at a desk, he jumps off cliffs and goes on adventurous crusades in the name of his practice. When a local newspaper featured him in an article, he decided to immortalize the event with a plaque.

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Tags: Customer profile, Newspaper Articles

The Orange Bikes Of Orange Theory Fitness Online Article Now A Plaque

Posted by Brian Brady on Tue, Aug 06, 2013 @ 12:19 PM

Frank Lugo and his wife, Martha Lugo, are the proud new co-owners of their very own "Orange Theory Fitness" franchise gym location. Both members of the husband and wife duo have a background in business, and have been looking to open a business location of their own for a while. After experiencing the Orange Theory Fitness workout for themselves at the South Tampa location, the Lugos decided that they wanted to open a franchise studio of their own at 11721 W. Hillsborough Avenue in Westchase, Florida.

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Tags: Customer profile, In The News

Fashion Shows, Shoes And Charity Immortalized By Plaques

Posted by Brian Brady on Sat, Aug 03, 2013 @ 10:10 AM

Niki Varona is an entrepreneur who started her very own shoe company based on one concept: the marriage of fashionable couture with comfortable convenience so that women can have shoes that are as comfortable to wear as they are attractive to look at. A creative and energetic youth, Varona began her design career by, as she says on her website, "designing for family and friends." Her passion for design carried her into a career as a professional designer for women's shoes.

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Tags: Customer profile, Achievements, Magazine Articles, Business

How to Immortalize Your Online Articles with plaques

Posted by Brian Brady on Thu, Aug 01, 2013 @ 09:25 AM

Francesco Petrarca, known as Petrarch, was an Italian poet in the fourteenth century. Now known for his Petrarchan sonnets, his life was rattled when he became infatuated with a woman named Laura.

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Tags: Wood Plaques, Online Articles

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