Promotional Gifts Store in Miami, FL is Honored with Super Bowl LIV Custom Shirt Printing

February 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Miami, Fla.- Awards Trophy World was honored with the privilege of designing and manufacturing custom referee shirts for the Miami-Dade International Airport employees for this year’s Super Bowl. This amazing honor for Awards Trophy World was a great example of the community focus that the Miami promotional gifts store has.

Awards Trophy World was selected over many other vendors for this honor. They were thrilled to represent their wonderful community and their growing business.

According to Awards Trophy World, “The shirts were worn by all MIA employees during the time frame surrounding Super Bowl LIV recognizing the economic significance of this event.”

The airport was full of employees representing the custom embroidery company in Miami, FL before and after the Super Bowl. Anyone who went through Miami’s International Airport would be able to recognize the employees in their referee shirts and see Awards Trophy World’s professional embroidery.

Larry Cravez, President of Awards Trophy World, couldn’t contain his excitement when he said: “Awards Trophy World was honored to be selected as the vendor to produce custom embroidered referee shirts for all Miami-Dade International Airport employees in preparation for Super Bowl LIV.”

Super Bowl LIV was held on February 2, 2020, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Miami community was very excited to host this national event, and Awards Trophy World will be reeling from their part in the event for years to come.

For more information about Awards Trophy World’s custom embroidery and other services, contact them today by phone at (305) 592-5850 or visit their website at https://www.awardstrophyworld.com/.

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For more information about Awards Trophy World, contact the company here:

Awards Trophy World
Larry Cravez
305-592-5850
awards.trophy.miami.fl@gmail.com
Awards Trophy World
6400 Northwest 77th Court
Miami, Florida 33166
(305) 592-5850

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