Laser Mark-It has been in business since 2003. Owners Yvonne and John Markel started in a small home studio with one laser. As the years have passed the business grew from one laser in a small office to several lasers and a storefront in Richmond, Michigan. After traveling to New Mexico to learn Glass Etching and Stone Carving, the couple added Dye Sublimation, Porcelain Memorials, Ad Specialties, Signage, and UV Printing to the business services.
Laser Mark-It’s collection of products range from a simple metal tag to beautiful laser-etched photographs on wood to the personalized WindSpinners that are manufactured at MetalArt Maker. Yvonne says, “We can make a keepsake that lasts a lifetime.”
Wayne Benson started experimenting with game calls after a friend requested an elk call, then another requested a goose call. Soon he realized that the calls must be consistent and searched throughout the United States for appropriate reed systems of high quality and ones that produced the desired results. Then the challenge became finding the appropriate wood products that would produce an excellent sound and maintain durability in all types of conditions. The resulting laminated birch produces consistent high quality and after being hand dipped two to three times in polyurethane the resulting call is attractive, durable, and produces consistent excellent results.
Wayne’s Countryside Products website offers all American-made game calls and art. Featured on the entrepreneur’s website are many photorealistic metal wall art products. Wayne has worked with MetalArt Maker to design, manufacture and offer these specialty items to his loyal customers. Wayne says the 3D metal art makes a spectacular display for home or cabin decor, and they also make quality gifts.” We think he made the right call on that.
Montana-based entreprenuer, Maureen Bullock has worked with MetalArt Maker to showcase some of her design collections in metal. The Montana Way website offers many types of promotional items including clothing, outdoor gear, hats and beverage holders. With the addition of her popular design collection on metal art products, her store definitely boasts Signs of living The Montana Way.