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This article is part of a series of articles from my co-workers on their favorite nameplates. Carrie Jensen, our guest blogger this week, has chosen a nameplate that appealed to her both emotionally and visually.
Carrie Jensen Customer Service ManagerCarrie is the customer service manager in the Sparta Corporate Offices. She oversees the customer contact representatives and ensures a good experience for all.
Every nameplate has a story. How could I decide which one is my favorite? After much deliberation, a prototype we did a number of years ago came to mind. Sears came to us to help develop a badge for a limited edition series of appliances featuring Ty Pennington, the host of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.By using a background of silver metallic, the signature of Ty stands out in bright aluminum. His name is further highlighted on the nameplate by using black graphics that have been debossed.Every time I see the show it reminds me of the nameplate that was developed. Even though it did not go into production, it is a nameplate that still stands out to me. There is always a story behind a nameplate making it unique. What is your story?
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