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Some of the Ignition Team

Anjuli + Andrea

 

Meet Andrea and Anjuli!

Andrea we've known for some time and are happy to invite her back to our staff after last year's Covid layoffs.  Anjuli has been a real vibrant addition to our team. Please welcome them both and enjoy speaking with them when you call our Seattle line for help with vector, digitizing, and sew-out orders. You can learn a little bit more about these two stellar reps here: 

 
 
 
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Sheila D Connelly

Welcome Andrea and Anjuli, and congrats Jesse. I want to thank you for all the beautiful work my firm has received from Ignition Drawing. We set the standard for embroidery here in northwest Indiana. My team and I are looking forward to many more years working with you. Stay safe. And God bless.



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