May 17, 2018. Baltimore, Maryland. Laxmedals.com is pleased to announce it was recognized and honored by the National American Indian Historical Congress Foundation for its work in helping to preserve the history of the Native American origins of the game of lacrosse through its numerous original and trademarked American Indian Art pieces. “To be found and then recognized as in some small way contributing to the preservation of American and Native American Indian history is an unexpected and tremendous honor for the Laxmedals.com team” Commented Michael Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “We create our lacrosse awards to best capture the history and feeling of the game of lacrosse so many of us share inside having grew up playing lacrosse and spent a lifetime cherishing the relationships and history of the game. Again, its just an overwhelming honor to know what we are doing here at Laxmedals.com is being noticed and appreciated on many levels.”
Laxmedals.com, the premier design and manufacturing company for lacrosse medals and awards, has updated its stock inventory with the new Girls All-Star medallion. “We received many inquiries for medals featuring our trademarked 3D lacrosse art that are available for purchase without going down the full custom design route.” Reported Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “We developed two new stock medals, one each for the boys and girls, that are beautiful 3D art medallions, which can be customized by the customer with custom lanyards, enamel fill colors on front, and laser engraving or enamel print on the reverse. The response has been really beyond my expectations, we have sold over 5,000 of the new stock All-Star medals in the first 6 months of 2018 alone. Given the response to this first batch of new generation stock medals, we are already looking to add additional 3D art stock medals to our inventory in 2019 plus some new 3D art plaque medallions.”
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