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Isn't it nice when people get along and help each other by sharing their talents? (Think how you would like your kids to act...) One great example of this is Apple Awards business relationship with Norvado, Northwest Wisconsin's premiere local broadband technology provider. Their services keep Apple Awards computers online receiving your orders and those VoiP phone systems taking your calls. You can visit their website at or like their facebook page at 

Recently Apple Awards was able to reciprocate in the technology sharing by helping Norvado honor one of their board of directors, retiring after 39 years of service.  Howard Sibbald received a full color plaque fashioned by Apple Awards new UV printer. The printing process used on this plaque is a thick UV ink that is cured with a UV light. The ink hardens to become virtually indestructible. It also withstands almost all cleaning solvents and up to five years of outside exposure and adheres to most substrates. The process produces incredible resolution with crisp and brilliant colors. High quality logos and photographs may be beautifully recreated on name badges, plaques, signs, tiles and more.





Congratulations to Mr. Sibbald for his years of service! Thank you Norvado for permission to use this story, ... and for getting along so well.


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What They Were Really Doing: Part 1

As promised, here's another peek behind the scenes as to what really happens at Apple Awards when the boss is gone (which, to his relief, is pretty much the same as what happens when he's there.) 


Several clipboards were up on the order board the day I dropped in.  Stacey, Kate and Bill were all occupied at their stations. I thought Kate's project was interesting and different from the "apple" theme I'd seen so often.  

She had a number of metal plates with scrolled edges lined up on her desk and was watching another one go through the laser engraver.  The plates were one element of retirement plaques being made for a major organization in the eastern U.S.  Each one was taking about 10 minutes to engrave and she had over 40 of them to do.  That's a lot of minutes.  



These plaques also had an emblem with a logo, that was to be applied to the circle on the metal plate.  And to finish, the metal plate was to be mounted on a dark walnut wooden base. The many details of this product took a lot of attention and focus (Kate's specialties).

All the information about this plaque, including its custom logo was digitally stored and will be available for future orders as well.  That is one of the conveniences that Apple Awards offers its customers, aiming to please, as usual. 


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