Lake Mills, WI (PressExposure) January 24, 2012 -- The Woman Owned Certification qualifies Atlas Signs and Plaques to be considered for contracts with corporations and governments entities that seek vendor relationships with businesses owned and operated by women.
To promote Woman Owned Businesses and to make it easy for buyers to find them, NWBOC maintains an online database of qualified businesses. Buyers can also obtain information about the products and services offered by Atlas Signs and Plaques through their e-commerce website http://atlassignsandplaques.com.
In Addition to the National Classification, Atlas Signs and Plaques has been been certified by the Wisconsin Department of Administration as a Woman Owned Business Enterprise (WEB). The designation is pursuant to the state administrative rule requirements of Comm 104 which provides validation that Atlas Signs and Plaques meets the requirements of being at least 51 percent woman-owned, controlled and managed.
Atlas Signs and Plaques was established in 2008 and specializes in custom, artisan, metal coated personalized signs and plaques for homes, business, awards and gifts. Signs and plaques are created using modern materials and real metal coatings of brass, copper, bronze, silver-nickel, aluminum, and iron. All give the look and luster of foundry cast at a fraction of the price.
Selling primarily from atlassignsandplaques.com, Atlas has shipped to satisfied customer throughout the world. Plaques are used on diverse locations ranging from residential homes, to historic sites, to churches, and the US Coast Guard Academy.
Janey Freid is the sole Owner of Atlas Signs and Plaques. Janey has an extensive background in decorative and manual arts. Her leadership role at Atlas Signs and Plaques finds her both in the supervisory role, and hands-on from design to spraying the metal coatings. "I never tire of getting my hands dirty in the shop". Says Janey. "Having an absolutely unique product that is totally custom and largely hand-crafted is key to our growth" She adds.