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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Not many men get to live their dream and be successful doing it. At a very young age, Shawn Flarida decided he wanted to work with horses for a living. As Mr. Flarida puts it on his own website, "all I wanted to do was train horses, for as long as I can remember." Before he was even in high school, the young Flarida had already managed to earn his first prize paycheck from the NRHA's (National Reining Horse Association) Limited Non Pro Division competition in Old Washington, Ohio.
Nkrumah Pierre was recently recognized in The Network Journal as one of their 40 under forty achievers. He is a Senior Manager of Business Development with Russell Tobin & Associates, LLC in New York City, a boutique minority owned search firm best known for the high level of service and consulting type approach they take to every search assignment.
One of our customers that has been working with us for a long time, since the early 1990's in fact, also happens to be one of our largest and well-known customers. Paul Mitchell Schools has been featured in the news and magazines more times than even we can remember.
Your very first press release marks a milestone in your business. This was the first time your company was put out there into the big scary world of bull and bear markets and more than simply available to the public. Your first press release marks the day you were first recognized y a publication, and that means more than applause. That means that more people can hear about your company, and word of mouth can be just as effective as social media networking. But now that you have been in a published work, what happens next? The first step is deciding on whether or not you want your press release to sit in a drawer or somewhere online, forgotten, or preserved forever in a plaque.
Custom plaques are great for business. They allow you and your business to portray your accomplishments. Plaques are a great way to show off the newspaper article you wrote, the magazine you or your business was featured in, or the award you or your business received.
Plaques are a memorable way to preserve your special events for generations. Whether you have received an award or certificate, or if you have accomplished a remarkable feat, plaques are a great way to preserve the moment in permanence. Plaques are also a great way to preserve newspaper features, magazine clippings, and even pictures! Do you need a way to preserve your writing, feature, graduation pictures or wedding photographs? Plaques are your answer to anything you need preserved, and we have an array of options for you to choose the perfect plaque for your memories.