My brother and I discussed the idea of last names versus first names and decided a trend of last-name key chains would be original
Belcourt, ND (PRWEB) February 26, 2010
In 1983 Ray Trottier purchased a business franchise called the Incredible Machine, which - like its name implies - utilizes a high-tech machine to fabricate acrylic. Delighted by the newfound ability to create at his finger tips, Trottier began working right away and discovered he could manufacture 100 different products. And to enhance his designs, he additionally purchased a laser, acrylic engraver to enable customers to personalize their order.
Today, Trottier has taken the inventions of the Incredible Machine to the Web with the development of http://www.CustomAcrylicKeyChains.com, which promotes a token of custom creation that can be used by everyone - custom key chains. Here, online shoppers can choose from 11 vibrant colors and a variety of shapes and sizes to design their very own keychain.
"My brother and I discussed the idea of last names versus first names and decided a trend of last-name key chains would be original," Trottier said. "Plus, we've since found that the more difficult the name, the better it sells because you won't be able to find it elsewhere."
Trottier continued by explaining that customers can request anything to be printed on the keychain and that text is available on the front and back; they even allow shoppers to mix their own colors from acrylic inks. Additionally, the Incredible Machine produce any shape imaginable, but the standard look is rounded edges around the text outline.
Keep an eye out for new products as the Web site will continue to expand its available merchandise. In the near future customers can expect to see acrylic one-liners that display thoughtful messages such as "I love my Grandma" and are intended for a desk or shelf. The introduction of replica license plate key chains are also on the horizon.
To learn more about the imaginative creations that await, shoppers are encouraged to visit the Web site's newly formulated blog, http://www.CustomKeyChainBlog.com. This interactive tool will also be used to provide information about the acrylic manufacturing process.
No order is too big, no order is too small; from one to 100 key chains, they'll deliver to all!
About the Company:
CustomAcrylicKeyChains.com is owned and operated by Ray Trottier.
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