• James Townsend

Endless Etching Offers Customized Gifts and Local Service

Are you looking for a unique, one of a kind gift? A customized item to remember that special event, person or pet? A special promotional item to get your business logo in front of your customers?

Endless Etching can custom sandblast or laser engrave numerous products to meet your exact specifications. This includes text, graphics and even photos.

Glass, stainless steel, wood, metal, marble, granite and leather, can all be the canvas for your one of a kind art work. Vinyl door signs and decals for your business vehicle, or if you want to stand out at the next tailgate!

Dog tags, grave markers and urns. Sports metals and keychains. Special gifts for baby announcements, anniversaries, graduations, or any special date. The options are truly incredible.

In business since July 2012, Endless Etching is a local business that can offer you a wide variety of customized items.

Owner Karla Miller says that customized drinkware is probably their most popular offering, but you can quickly see she has many more items available. Miller recently added cribbage boards, domino sets and poker chip sets that are sure to be a favorite.

Endless Etching recently secured a limited licensing agreement with Michigan State University to put their logo on several custom products for you.

Miller can also handle bulk quantities. She is a catalog supplier for Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever, as well as a wholesaler to retail shops, including Cultured Pop in Sault Ste. Marie and Celtic Seasons in Grand Haven.

Miller recently closed her retail location on Grand River Avenue in Portland, but now operates the business out of her home located at 11062 Kerrigan Lane. She welcomes customers to come see her full assortment by appointment only. She also has a booth displaying her Endless Etching merchandise at The Blue Mason Jar located at 160 Kent Street in downtown Portland.

Miller would be happy to schedule an appointment to discuss your needs. You can call or text her at 517-526-2327, or you can email at endlessetching@yahoo.com.

Endless Etching is always working to add new products to customers. Miller says, “I am taking laser classes at Fairway Laser in Valparaiso, Indiana, so that I can offer photo portraits in wood, leather, glass and marble.”

Miller recently released her new website at http://www.endlessetching.com/. You can also find Endless Etching products on Etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/endlessetching, and on Michigan Made Products at https://madeinmichigan.com/brand/endless-etching.

Sponsored Content: This piece was funded by Endless Etching.

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