This Is What Separates KJR Awards From The Rest

Owning a business in a saturated industry can be tough.  In order to stand out, your company needs to offer something unique to gain the attention from potential customers.  At KJR Awards, we understand how important a large selection of quality products is, but we also recognize there’s more.  From superior customers to unique purchasing options like build your own trophies, our team truly stands out from the rest.  Here are a few more ways we surpass other trophy shops.

 

 

Affordable Pricing

Whether your an individual looking for a unique gift, a corporation looking for a fun way to recognize employees, or a sports league awarding players, every organization has a budget. So, to help our customers and deliver the most product possible, we offer our trophies at affordable prices. Whether you want to buy in bulk or just want to pick up a reward, you can count on a fair price.

 

Reach

Instead of catering to sports teams, we allow ourselves to branch out and provide to other industries that could use trophies. We serve religious organizations, schools, non-profit associations, and more. Our reach and brand are diverse, and we’re willing to talk to you about your next award order and make it happen! Besides, who else offers the chance to build your own trophies?

 

Love for the Community

Our founder, Mark Hannon, has personal drive and an intense love for all of the communities we serve. In his free time, he volunteers at an animal shelter and assists veterans! The KJR Awards team provides the care and attention to detail buyers expect from their product, and we love to bring smiles to people’s faces.

 

 

Our business may be part of an industry full of competitors, but KJR Awards has plenty of character and aspects of our work that makes us stand out. If you want to learn more about our business and what we offer, don’t hesitate to contact us! Give us a call at  (978)-453-3388 and see what we can do for you today.

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