Orondo Fire Department Bottle Opener
Orondo is an unincorporated community in Douglas County, Washington, United States, located alongside the eastern part of the Columbia River. According to U.S. Census, the population is estimated to be 1995 with a marginal error of 338 as of 2017. The town supports a U.S. Post Office, an elementary school, and many fruit stands along U.S. Highway 97.
Orondo Fire Department’s mission is to protect the lives and the property of the citizens and visitors in our district and community through emergency response, education, and prevention. The Orondo Fire Department responds to emergencies on the East Side of the Columbia River from Turtle Rock on the South end to the North of the Beebe Bridge.
We were tasked with producing a custom bottle opener for the Orondo Fire Department. They requested a bottle opener with a pretty simple concept design, but it had some details that needed to be done properly. The design was a rectangular-shaped bottle opener with curved corners, with their emblem on one side and the engraved Star Spangled Banner on the other.
Since a custom bottle opener is a functional memento, we had to make sure with our team of designers that the construction of the final product would let it do its job and be durable enough to endure the test of time. We also need to make sure that the engraving process won’t leave the base material too thin to be easily broken.
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Finished Bottle Opener (Front)
Finished Bottle Opener (Back)
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