Awards & Engraving

February '18

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70 • A&E FEBRUARY 2018 Of course, providing the best service encompasses many faucets, and Ronald believes that his business's ability to meet every expectation is what makes it dif- ferent. "What makes us unique is the amount of effort we put in to designing, engraving, and having the item shipped to (our customer)," he emphasizes. "Usu- ally when you order something person- alized, you have a long processing wait. We know that can be a letdown when you need a last-minute gift for a birthday, wedding, trophies, etc." This is just part of what drives him to provide end products quickly and affordably. And just like the black marble project presented to his mother, some of Ron's favorite projects are for himself and those who work at Forget Me Not. "My favorite project yet has to be creating a gasket set for our old farm tractors," he says. "I found some thin cork and was able to remove the old gaskets enough to trace them. I then designed them in my CorelDRAW X8 program and was able to recreate the gaskets with the laser cutting them out very precisely." FAVORITE THINGS The company has certainly seen its fair share of change since opening its doors a few years ago. According to Ronald, the biggest change has been adding what he calls the Sublimation Station. "It has allowed us to expand quite nicely. We are now able to create high-definition signs, apparel, colored promotional items, and much more." Coupled with the engraving services the business offers, the capabilities of Shop Profile A piece of black marble that Ronald Sturgill engraved with his grandfather's image and obituary information.

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