Awards & Engraving

February '18

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68 • A&E FEBRUARY 2018 B y some accounts, Forget Me Not Engravings hasn't been around for many years. But in reality, the business has seen its fair share of experi- ences, with roots dating all the way back to the founder's grandfather. What started out as a country store in a 30-by-16-foot cottage built to set up the owner's equip- ment in has become a fun and fulfilling personalization business. Originally dubbed Sturgills Country Store in 2013, Ronald Sturgill opened it because his parents had a store in the '80s called Sturgills Country Corner, which focused on woodwork and ceramics. But after he got a small taste of the poten- tial the business had, things grew and changed. "Once I got more advanced equipment and saw what it was capable of doing, I changed the name to suit the company better," says Ronald. And on May 27, 2016, Forget Me Not Engrav- ings was officially born, specializing in laser engraved and sublimated promo- tional items. By Cassie Green Forget Me Not Engravings: Shop Profile A Family-Infused Business Ronald Sturgill says that being in the personalization business makes him feel good, and he loves passing that feeling on to his customers. ALL IMAGES COURTESY FORGET ME NOT ENGRAVINGS

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