For a business to stand out, they have to offer more than top-notch products. With the ever-growing degree of competitiveness within the commercial space, almost every entrepreneur has guaranteed that their offerings are of quality, shifting their focus to establishing an edge over their peers in other ways. In the case of Marrianna Varnadore, she has managed to rise through the ranks and push her business to the forefront because Omega Custom Graphics and Embroidery (OCG&E) has proven that it is fueled not by profit generation but is, instead, service-driven.
OCG&E is a Kentucky-based venture that has demonstrated excellence in creating designs and applying them to apparel, signs, banners, and gifts since 2011. “If you can think it, we can ink it, press it, print it, stitch it, sew it, create it, make it, take it, you name it!” shares its founder when asked to encapsulate what her brainchild provides to the market.
As a gift shop store, OCG&E brings clients’ imagination to life and turns them tangible in shirts, banners, and more. Specializing in products made or assembled in America, it proudly serves both active military and veteran communities and boasts the lowest prices and best quality in the area.
Additionally, OCG&E livens up any gift ideas and enables customers to give highly personal items to their loved ones through its inventory of customized products, from handmade soaps and other bath products to carved and engraved signs. It is also known for its memorial stuffed animals, handmade women’s clothing, exclusive hoodie dress, and quilts crafted from the clothing of the customer’s loved ones or intended recipient.
Since its establishment, OCG&E has put a premium on meeting every desire of the customers. This sensitivity to its clients’ needs lies as one reason why it is always on the receiving end of five-star reviews and acclaim. Consistently praised for its great customer service, the professionalism of the staff running this widely acknowledged business is uncontestable.
OCG&E has cemented its standing within the entrepreneurial space even further because of its founder’s dedication to providing jobs to military men’s spouses. Intimately aware of the reality where these spouses do not have a line of opportunities available to them because of preconceived notions about their ability to settle and stay in the job, Marrianna Varnadore has never hesitated in training enabling financial growth for them.
More impressively, during the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak, Marrianna Varnadore went the extra mile to ensure that no employee was laid off. Amidst the unfortunately high number of businesses that closed or retrenched, she wanted to help her staff get by and survive the pandemic’s debilitating impact by still giving them a source of living. Expanding their operations, OCG&E transitioned to manufacturing masks for personal use. Despite the challenges that came with delving into new territory, the venture was able to produce 6,000 masks in ten weeks.
In the coming years, OCG&E plans to become a staple enterprise in the industry, and it will be no surprise if it manages to do so under the leadership of Marrianna Varnadore.