It is important to have a logo engraved in your trophy if you are planning on holding a trophy awarding event or sponsoring one in your community. This is an awesome way of interacting with the community in a professional manner. You have an opportunity of doing things outside your scope. It is a great opportunity of creating awareness about your brand to the community. This gives you an opportunity of reaching customers that you usually would never consider. It is no easy task having a logo engraved on a trophy. Listed below are some of the things that will guide your through the process of ordering a logo engraved trophy.
Make sure that you have a logo that is in good resolution. It is important to understand that what works for brochures and other printable material does not have to work on a trophy. Contact the company and get them to advice on the best format to have your logo in. High resolution will give you excellent results. Make sure that you have your logo in vector file. This is because they not easily distorted no matter how many adjustments you make. However, if you prefer PDF, you can have that as well. But, make sure that the quality of the file remains the same even after manipulation to fit the trophy.
It is important to consider the color of your company’s log once you have the right resolution. Having a multi colored logo is not advisable. An engraving machine is only able to pick a black solid line. This should not be hard because it is not professional having a logo that has multiple colors.
Request to have proof of the final product. This allows you to have an idea of what the final trophy will look like. You are therefore able to make necessary adjustments before having the final product. This gives you an opportunity of taking part in the process and having a final product that you like.
If you are not well prepared, having a trophy engraved for the very first time can be a daunting task. But, by following the above guideline you will have a much easier time going through the process. Make sure that you have vector file and black and white files on standby. This allows you the chance of being able to provide required material when asked for. It also saves time because you do not have to start creating files suitable for the process.