We couldn't be more delighted by this honor
Lincoln, RI (PRWEB) August 14, 2008
ChemArt announced today that they have received first place in the "Ornaments under $30" category in the annual Collector's Information Bureau Collectors' Choice Awards. ChemArt's competitors in this category include Goebel, Midwest, Precious Moments and Roman.The ornament that won the award was the "Shimmering Snowflake" part of the 2007 Annual Editions collection] distributed under the Baldwin brand of ornaments.
The Collector's Choice Awards - where manufacturers wordwide submit their marquis collectibles in twelve categories - are in their third year in 2008. A distinguished panel of judges - all experts in the giftware and collectible industry - select the top five entries in each category. Winners are chosen by public vote.
"We couldn't be more delighted by this honor", say Deb Parkinson, VP of Sales and Marketing for ChemArt. "To have collectors recognize us makes this award that much more meaningful. We have a gifted group of in-house designers who year after year surprise and delight us with original, exquisite work. Bob Francis, the designer of this piece, in one of the jewels in the crown that is ChemArt". This victory is nothing new to ChemArt. They have won numerous awards in the past two years.
ChemArt is best known for their manufacture of the largest annual ornament collection in the US - The White House ornament - created for the White House Historical Association.
For over thirty years, ChemArt has served as the premiere designer and manufacturer of photo-chemically etched decorative ornaments and collectibles in the United States. Fully integrated from design through distribution, ChemArt provides products for the giftware industry and fundraising ventures. It currently licenses the Baldwin brand of distinctive ornaments broadening its distribution into retail. The company, located in Lincoln, Rhode Island, has produced "Keepsakes Etched in Time" for the White House Historical Association, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society, the CIA, the National Corvette Museum, many charities supporting Autism - including Autism Speaks and the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism-, Habitat for Humanity, the Jimmy Fund, Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty Foundation, Notre Dame University, the American Red Cross, and the Texas State Capitol Preservation Board. For more information, visit http://www.chemart.com .