Made in Frederick is a feature that showcases these businesses and their products.
Made in Frederick: ShieldCo
From business plaques to sports logos, ShieldCo can make a quality piece of interior artwork for any customer. ShieldCo has made custom products for the University of Maryland, Columbia University and many other clients. The company has even created custom metal pieces of Central Park and the Frederick skyline.
The City of Frederick's Department of Economic Development had the chance to stop by ShieldCo's offices and talk to co-owners, Luke and Neil.
Q&A with ShieldCo Co-Owners, Neil and Luke
Neil and Luke took the time to answer a few questions about their business, their products, and why they enjoy doing business in Frederick.
|SheildCo co-owners and brothers Luke and Neil Markey.|
Photo courtesy of www.shieldcoart.com.
How long has your company been in business?
What is your product/products?
Custom 3D business signage and interior décor.
What makes your product different?
We turn logos and designs into art. Our technique allows companies to take a 2D logo and make a unique 3D representation. All our pieces are laser cut and industrially powder coated so they can be used inside or out and will last lifetimes.
What do you want your customers to know about your product?
It will make their company or organization stand out from the rest. It is durable and will last and is made locally in Frederick, Maryland.
What does Frederick offer a company like yours?
Great support from local customers who believe in us and want to see us succeed. Great artisan and artistic culture that appreciates quality and design.
Want more information on ShieldCo?
If you would like to see more of the products ShieldCo produces or would like to get information on how to purchase your own piece of custom artwork, visit ShieldCo's website.
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This story was completed by our fall 2015 intern from Hood College, Nick Masucci.