Get a Trophy in Odenton this Graduation Season

May 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Odenton, Md. - Allogram Inc. Is expecting an increase in featured items for graduation season coming up. The Odenton awards store is featuring their most popular awards during the end of the school year rush. Get a trophy in Odenton this graduation season, the company says.

Allogram is featuring their trophies, plaques, and medals for graduation season.

Allogram is featuring trophies this month for awards season. Their trophies come in many different types of styles, shapes, and sizes. The trophies come personalized according to the order. Allogram recommends these for recognizing individuals or small groups or using one for recognizing a group. Their main rule with trophies is that the trophy size should match the size of the group.

Allogram is also featuring plaques. Their plaques come with different types of wood and metals for the engraved part. Clients may choose between a few options for the plaque’s wood and metal. Plaques may also be engraved for clients, adding a personal touch to the award. Allogram recommends plaques for recognizing outstanding individuals or a group, similar to trophies. Plaques can either go home with the recipients of the award or remain on display to commemorate their achievements.

Along with trophies and plaques, Allogram is featuring medals for graduation season. Medals in Odenton are a more affordable option for those who would like to recognize a larger group of individuals. Medals can come with many different types of medallions and ribbons. Clients just have to pick what they want for their medals from the options provided.

With two locations in the Baltimore area, Allogram specializes in creating customized recognition products and memorabilia crafted from genuine materials. They pride themselves on their commitment to product quality workmanship and friendly and knowledgeable customer service, and they are sure to guarantee any customer's satisfaction. For more information, visit https://www.allogram.com.

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For more information about Allogram, Inc. Odenton, contact the company here:

Allogram, Inc. Odenton
Amanda Gianotti
(410) 551-7700
sales@allogram.com
8391 Piney Orchard Pkwy Odenton, MD 21113

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