Item #: Q79781
- Free Setup
- Padded front
- Great for colleges and universities
- Gift box included
- Free decoration laser engraved
Item #: Q79781
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When you're handing out a diploma, a degree, or a certificate of completion, why not promote your institution at the same time? Plenty of people like to display those documents at their homes or offices. So why not take the opportunity to let them show off your brand imprint while also showing off their academic achievements?
The Leatherette Certificate Holder (Gray) from Quality Logo Products® features:
The Leatherette Certificate Holder (Gray) is a great promotional accessory for colleges, universities, and trade schools. Order yours today.
* Versions of this certificate holder in various other colors are also available from Quality Logo Products®.
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The Leatherette Certificate Holder is available in 1 color.
The Leatherette Certificate Holder is available in Gray.
The Leatherette Certificate Holder requires a minimum quantity of 6 pieces.
The Leatherette Certificate Holder is 9" H x 12" W.
The Leatherette Certificate Holder consists of Leatherette.
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