Laxmedals.com, the world’s premier provider of custom coins, medals, plaques, and trophies, announces it will be attending the 2019 US lacrosse convention in Philadelphia, PA on January 11, 2019. “We are looking forward to seeing a lot of our clients and friends in Philadelphia, PA.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “We have a neat hand out this year, a key fob featuring a mythical Native American lacrosse creature I think our lacrosse fans will love. Hope to see you all there!”
Laxmedals.com, the world’s premier lacrosse award manufacturer, is pleased to announce it welcomes Up Top Lacrosse Tournaments to its ever-growing list of clients. “To have an event team like Up Top choose laxmedals.com for its award medals was quite an honor.”Said Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “Up Top provides first class services for girls lacrosse events around the year and we hope to be a part of their growing brand for years to come.”
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Laxmedals.com started out in the year 2010 with just an idea and a dream. A dream of being the world’s premier lacrosse award company. The first small handful of medals has led to thousands more being sent all over the world. Years of work and sweat and with the support from good friends and the lacrosse community has landed Laxmedals.com on the cover of Lacrosse Magazine! No better joy for us at Laxmedals.com than seeing the product of our love being worn by the 2018 World Champion US Mens Lacrosse team. NHR is smiling. Thank you all who have supported Laxmedals.com! We are the medal of Lacrosse champions!
Laxmedals.com, the leader in custom sports medals and awards, is pleased to welcome many different types of non-sports organizations including the Diocese of Easton. “Our custom in house design and manufacturing of quality medals and awards is not limited to just our sports clients, we provide awards to many other organizations and events in the non-athletic industries” Said Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “In many ways we enjoy meeting new clients from many walks of life outside our usual sports industry work. Creating beautiful and lasting medallions to be presented to deserving people making an impact on others lives is intrinsically gratifying for us all at Laxmedals.com. The Diocese of Easton medallion is a beautiful 4 inch x 6mm medallion in polished silver with inlaid enamel colorings and capped with a smooth epoxy finish making this medallion a really beautiful presentation piece. I hope the recipients will feel as honored in receiving these pieces as we did during the creation process.”
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LAXMEDALS.COM 2018 FIL MENS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MEDALS
July 13, 2018
Laxmedals.com, the world’s premier custom lacrosse award medal design and manufacturing company, is pleased to announce the delivery of the 2018 FIL MENS WORLD LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP MEDALS to the competition committee in Netanya, Israel.
The FIL World Lacrosse Championships feature the world’s best lacrosse players and teams competing for the world champion title during a two week competition concluding on July 21. “To once again be chosen to design and produce the FIL World Lacrosse Championship medals for this years games is without exception the highest honor bestowed on Laxmedals.com.”Said Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “To think when I started Laxmedals.com to award some medals to one of my high school teams I coached and to then grow the business and our reputation to be trusted to produce a world-class medallion to be issued to the greatest lacrosse players in the world….its just been so much fun for my staff and I to have worked on this project from start to finish. The FIL championships have evolved to an incredible stage of lacrosse competition, and we really needed a medallion to properly represent the FIL and the importance of this accomplishment. These medals we produced are comparable to any Olympic medal, and the same standards in design and manufacturing went into the FIL championship medals. I am confident, when the players see and touch these medals, the real weight of their accomplishments will be represented in these medals and they will proudly place their medal on display for a lifetime of memories.”
Laxmedals.com Boy’s All-Star Stock Lacrosse Award Medal
Laxmedals.com is pleased to announce the addition of new stock medal to its trademarked inventory, the Boy’s ALL-STAR Lacrosse Award Medal. The boy’s All-Star was introduced in conjunction with the Girl’s All-Star medal in 2018. “We are always looking for new and exciting medals to provide our customers and the biggest demand is for our trademarked 3D lacrosse art medals.” Reported Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “Lacrosse fans see our custom medals at events all around the world and inquire how they can get the same quality of medal for their events. We found many clients wanted a stock ready to purchase option that can be customized for specific events without the need or time to go through the full custom medal design process. So, we designed a new 3D stock medal for both the girls and boys, and then we offer custom lanyards and colors to the front, giving it a full customized medal look. And the response has been outstanding we have sold hundreds of medals already in 2018.”
Laxmedals.com custom lacrosse awards and trophies include their trademarked line of custom lacrosse glass awards. “The Laxmedals.com glass award lacrosse trophies are head and shoulders above the competition because we have a method of embedding our trademarked 3D lacrosse art into the heart of the glass giving the awards a very rich and dynamic appearance.” Reported Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “For generally the same price most competitors can crank out a cheap plastic award without 3D graphics, we can provide a full glass lacrosse trophy worthy of the achievement being recognized. Another example of how Laxmedals.com is forging ahead filling the void for quality and unique lacrosse awards sought after by today’s lacrosse fans.”