Summer Camps and Plaques in Concord

May 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Concord, Calif.-- Alpine Awards has spent the entire month preparing for summer camps and making plaques in Concord. The Concord awards shop has already helped many happy customers prepare for the upcoming summer months.

“With summer just around the corner, April is the perfect time to start gathering your artwork or camp logo as well as t-shirt colors and quantities to get your camp shirts in time and stress-free,” says Vicki Lake, their sales manager.

Alpine Awards specializes in customer service with their custom apparel services. One of the unique services they provide is allowing the clients to create their own design on products such as shirts, hats, totes, and more. Alpine Awards uses high-quality materials and provides high-quality embroidery in Concord for each client.

Alpine Awards has made their customized t-shirt design service as simple as they could for clients working online. Clients just select the apparel they want to customize, create the design, and request a quote for the product. As an alternative to the online ordering system, Alpine Awards offers quality in-store assistance and can answer any questions clients may have.

“I would suggest anyone try them from wanting custom printed t-shirts done whether it’s for a team or a trip with the family [sic]. My team never looked better with their custom tees! Thank you so much Alpine Awards!” writes Oceana Walters, a Google reviewer.

Alpine Awards and Imprinted Sportswear has made awards for all occasions to celebrate life’s achievements since 1972. They have been creating innovative and top-quality awards for organizations as the leading awards dealer in Northern California. With 4 locations, the company works together with the goal of meeting the clients’ needs. To learn more about Alpine Awards, call (925) 671-2079.

Alpine Awards Inc

2190 Meridian Park Blvd

Concord, CA 94520

(925) 671-2079


For more information about Alpine Awards, Inc - Concord, CA, contact the company here:

Alpine Awards, Inc - Concord, CA
Greg Vella
(925) 671-2109
2190 Meridian Park Blvd Suite K Concord, Ca 94520

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