A Corporate Awards Store in Minneapolis is Highlighting Close Out Products

February 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Minneapolis, Minn.: Awards and trophies can easily get expensive for a top of the line product. Viking Trophy and Awards, a corporate awards store in Minneapolis, is highlighting their closeout products ahead of spring awards season. The company offers a variety of options that have been discounted including a beautiful teacher marble apple award. The closeout products are being offered to make room for the growing amount of inventory at the beloved local trophy store.

The closeout products range in costs from $120.00 to as low as $18.00 depending on the type of award and customization options selected. These options include Colorful Acrylic awards with impressive designs to a simple, understated pen box presentation set. Buying discounted awards can help companies or organizations save on recognition budgets as awards in bulk can be costly. Viking Trophy is also an expert in engraving in Minneapolis, allowing their customers to add a personalized touch to any discounted award purchased.

Viking Trophy has been serving the community for over 50 years with top quality products. With new owner Zenon recently taking over the company, the company has seen unprecedented growth to include a larger variety of trophies and awards leaving some awards to be discounted and discontinued to make room. The new owner has also established a much larger variety of promotional and gift items offered at Viking Trophy. As the inventory continues to grow, discounted products will continue to be added to the collection of closeout items as the company continually updates their inventory.

Interested parties are encouraged to stop by the Viking Trophy and Awards showroom, located at 6248 Lakeland Ave. North Suite 102 Brooklyn Park, MN or to view their online catalog at www.vikingtrophies.com.


For more information about Viking Trophies, contact the company here:

Viking Trophies
Lori Moen
(763) 537-3422
6248 Lakeland Ave N Suite 102
Brooklyn Park, MN 55428

ReleaseID: 60034596

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