The LaserGeek: Now Providing Unique & Memorable Products for Companies & Events

The LaserGeek has been recognized as being a front runner in the realm of providing unique & memorable products for companies and events. More information can be found at https://thelasergeek.com

Seattle, United States - May 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

The LaserGeek, Designers & Builders of Unique Branded Products operating all across the United States, has today been recognized as being a front runner in the realm of providing unique and memorable products for companies and events.

The LaserGeek has been operating in the small businesses, large businesses, corporate businesses, weddings, events, tradeshows and conventions market for 7 years and competes against notable businesses such as Personal Creations and Lazer Designs. They have been able to make such a strong impression on the market and gain reputation by providing business and companies and event planners products with a unique twist to create great memories for their small or large events.

Brian Cook, The LaserGeek’s Founder/Principal Designer & Builder spoke about its recent recognition, expanding on some of the decisions and motivations that led the business to the level it’s currently reached.

“When The LaserGeek was founded, it was made abundantly clear we wanted to be the kind of company that was known for imaginative an memorable products and make one-on-one communication the #1 priority. One of the biggest challenges we faced was letting companies of all sizes know we specialize in smaller sized orders, in addition to the larger orders for big projects. Fortunately with some good people behind us, and an unwavering dedication to the success of our customer’s projects, we were able to overcome every obstacle and really hit our stride.”

Brian Cook also mentioned The LaserGeek’s future plans involve a nationwide advertising campaign to include videos and articles that highlight their products. It’s the hope of the company that when customers are searching for unique and memorable products, and are trying to find a business that puts customer relationships first, that they will reach out to The LaserGeek.

The LaserGeek plans to maintain its position at the forefront of providing unique and memorable products for companies and events for years to come, building on its success, finding new ways to serve its community, customers and the world at large.

More information on The LaserGeek can be found at their website: https://thelasergeek.com

Contact Info:
Name: Brian Cook
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Organization: The LaserGeek
Address: 7724 35th Ave NE, Seattle, Washington 98115, United States
Phone: +1-844-313-3810
Website: https://thelasergeek.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 515551

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