Indianapolis Award Shop Features Promotional Products and Services

July 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Indianapolis— Bardach Awards is featuring promotional products and services for clients this summer. The Indianapolis award shop offers clients insulated mugs as a promotional product and industrial marking as a promotional service.

Insulated mugs are one of the company's most popular promotional gifts available. They are popular gifts because they fit many people for their ability to keep drinks at their desired temperatures. According to Bardach Awards, insulated mugs can fit parents, teachers, professionals and more. The mugs are known to keep hot drinks hot for long amounts of time and the same with cold drinks. These promotional gifts can come with clients’ personalized logos printed on them, making them practical and promotional at the same time.

Industrial marking is a promotional service offered to clients. Industrial marking is the printing of logos and words on items made from materials such as titanium, steel, aluminum, brass, carbide, plastics, ceramics and more. If clients have a large number of items they would like to add their logo to, they can bring them to Bardach Awards and get an industrial marking service for them. Industrial marking is a popular choice with the company's clientele because of the method for printing. Instead of touching the item with a marking tool, the machine uses laser beams to mark the items.

This method of engraving in Indianapolis works because it survives testing with solutions that could potentially harm other types of industrial markings. With industrial marking, clients can have the product they want with the logo they want. To make things better for clients, Bardach Awards makes sure to use non-contact industrial marking to keep the product safe and the logo durable.

Since 1969, Bardach Awards has been offering products and services to the Indianapolis region. With their insulated mugs and industrial marking, the Indianapolis trophy store is ready to help clients’ promotional product needs for the summer.

Bardach Awards
4222 W 86th St
Indianapolis, IN 46268
(317) 872-7444
www.bardachawards.com

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For more information about Bardach Awards, contact the company here:

Bardach Awards
Diane Bardock
(317) 888-4434
indianapolis.in.awards@gmail.com
4222 86th Street West Indianapolis, IN 46268

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