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Embroiled in Embroidery

Danna displays one of the caps that she has just embroidered on the Multi-Head machine behind her. On the table are caps that are part of her largest order, for 5000 embroidered caps for a local school.

NORTH CHANNEL – Danna Niño has known the embroidery trade all her life. Her father David Urbantke had his own shop, after working for another large firm, and Danna was there with part-time chores as she grew up.

So it was natural that when she wanted to start her own business last year, it would be in a skill she was familiar with.

Her shop, Phase 3, is well equipped for any project, with 3 high speed embroidery machines, and a Laser engraving machine that can put images and names on almost anything, especially 3 dimensional items such as cups, trophies, and so on.

Danna opened her business in December, and with two assistants meets the needs of most customers in the North Shore area. Her shop is conveniently located on a shopping center at Woodforest near Normandy.

Danna is also active in the community, with her husband Dr. Donald Niño they participate in many North Shore Rotary projects, including a clinic in Mexico for a poor rural community

In her product showroom, Danna displays many of the products she can provide to customers, including engraved plaques, cups, certificates, trophies, ribbons, and gift items.