Innocast Execuline History
Innocast Execuline was founded in 1983 by Stan and Phil Efron. In a previous life, Innocast Execuline was a bronze bell factory, but the father-son team diversified the firm’s interests into memorials and awards, among many other artistic works.
Based in Howard Lake, Minnesota, Innocast Execuline has been requested to create beautiful pieces for such varied clients as the White House, NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600, and war memorials across the nation.
Building a network of distributors, Innocast Execuline provides awards and statues for not only big-name clients but for small businesses and non-profits all over America.
Phil continued running the business after his father’s death. Brent Hartwig took over management of the company in 2015, and full ownership in 2019.
Dignitaries We’ve Worked With
Innocast Corporation has been commissioned to produce fine art and gifts for numerous heads of state, celebrities in the corporate, athletic and entertainment fields, and, with the sanction of the White House, for the Reagan, Bush, and Clinton administrations. The following is a partial list of our credits.
“I have been working with Innocast on a custom program for more than 20 years. Their attention to quality stands above most suppliers. Their staff is always eager to help. Highly recommend them.”
“Innocast has provided product for our customer programs over the past 15+ years. Not only are their products of superior quality but the customer service is the BEST.”
“Innocast has been one of our most trusted partners for more than 20 years. Their quality of work and attention to detail is unmatched in our industry. When we work with them on a project they set realistic expectations and deliver on their promises. They are true experts in the recognition space.”