At In The News we wanted to take a moment and spotlight some of the people and companies we do business with. Let's take a look at 4 companies that use our service to preserve articles for display.
Whether a magazine or newspaper In The News unique framing service provides a quality product to those looking to promote or preserve great press.
- Cheryl Gnall Lehigh Anthracite- Lehigh Anthracite is an anthracite coal supplier and currently produces up to 500,000 tons of coal per year. Preserved articles in the Philadelphia inquirer, Platts Coal Trader.
"I was a little concerned when I heard the word 'plaque' but after our company received their article, all I can say is "WOW!" We now have a few plaques hanging in our Receptionist Area where all visitors and clients can read them. We have received so many favorable comments on how great the presentations looks. We will continue to use your services and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in a keepsake- whether for business or personal. It makes a great gift!"
- Elizabeth Arsov Owner, Esthetician Elizabeth's Head to Toe - Where everyday feels like your wedding day. Preserved article in Allure magazine for winning "Best of the Best" brows.
"I have a few plaques from your company and have been very pleased with the whole experience from beginning to end. Starting with a friendly call offering your services, ending in a quick professional plaque delivered with no guarantee to purchase (though that hasn't happened). Great product, great staff and great idea!"
- Karen Christensen Owner Mack Brook Farm, LLC - We raise grassfed Angus beef on 300 acres in the foothills of the Adirondacks. We produce a premium product with superior quality and taste. Featured articles in Angus Journal, Ny Post, Shape.
"In The News worked with us on each layout until it was just what we wanted. Everyone we dealt with was professional, helpful and so easy to work with. I have recommended them to friends without hesitation and will continue to do so. We are extremely pleased with our product."
- Patrick Austin Owner Sycamore Drive In Restaurant In continuous operation since 1948, the Sycamore has become a Bethel Landmark. The recipes for our famous French Style Steak Burgers and Homemade Root Beer have been handed down from the original owners. Featured articles Street Rodder, CT Mag, and many more...
"In The News is the BEST! Been doing business with them for the past 15 years! Excellent work guys! Thank you."
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