SOURCE: That's Great News
CHESHIRE, CT--(Marketwire - Jul 17, 2012) - That's Great News (www.thatsgreatnews.com), a specialty provider of custom laminated plaques for people and organizations featured in newspaper and magazine articles, announced today the introduction of its new Lucinda acrylic line of custom plaques. "The Lucinda acrylic plaque is an exciting and handsome addition to our product line that responds to the desire for a more contemporary way to display articles and stories," says Bob Roscoe, CEO. "We've taken framed newspaper and magazine plaques to a new level."
The Lucinda acrylic plaques use a special entrapment system that permanently displays and protects the featured article for maximum impact and durability. Four stainless steel, satin finished offsets allow the plaques to be mounted off a wall, creating a dramatic visual effect.
Like its wood plaque counterpart, the Lucinda acrylic plaques come in a variety of sizes that accommodate articles from one to six pages in length. "We're so proud of the Lucinda line that we include a pair of white gloves with each plaque so that it can be mounted without any distracting fingerprints," said Roscoe.
The company also recently introduced its Plaque Companion line of low cost additions to custom plaques. "Together with our line of traditional fine wood laminated plaques, we now have an expanded offering that enables more people to showcase their great news, professionally and personally, and share that news with others."
"One of the true pleasures of what we do here is to share the magic that occurs when someone has an article written about them," says Roscoe. "Every plaque that we produce has a unique story attached to it, and we've been fortunate to be part of over 200,000 of these stories."
That's Great News was founded in 2003 by Bob Roscoe, experienced and successful entrepreneur with a background in direct marketing, call center management and technology operations. The company is committed to high quality products that showcase important events and achievements. Its plaques are featured with pride on the walls of some of the largest companies and for some of the most famous events and personalities.
That's Great News is not affiliated with any newspaper or magazine publication.