One of the great things about a web site is the ability to make changes easily and quickly based on the feedback and suggestions from you, our customers.
Recently, we’ve received many comments about simplifying our name tag classification, as we offer a large variety of name tag products which can be a little confusing to sort through. Well, you’ve asked and we’ve listened – we are excited to introduce the new reclassification of our name tag products into three separate lines: Classic, Reusable, and Vinyl name badges.
Instead of the old format of segmenting the name tag products by material type and then by whether a logo was needed, we’ve combined both the processes into one page — our new Classic Name Tags page. On this single page, you’ll be able to view all of our traditional name tag products – from metal to plastic, custom to predefined, and logo or no logo. Classic Name Tags
In addition to the changes made to the traditional, classic name tags, we’ve also rearranged the classification for our reusable name tag product lines as well.
Separated from the standard reusable badges, are the vinyl name badges.All 6 styles of vinyl badges are now on a single page, hopefully simplifying the process and thereby allowing you to more easily compare the features, benefits and prices of each style.
Please feel free to leave us a comment if you have any other suggestions or changes you’d like to see.
Unfortunately, too many of us have a loved one affected by heart disease or stroke. To help stop this, the American Heart Association will be having their annual Start! Heart Walk & Run in Salt Lake City, Utah on September 12th, 2009 beginning at 7:30am at Sugar House Park. This event raises funds that are needed for critical heart disease and stroke research and education.
We have a whole morning full of heart-healthy exhibits, entertainment, free health screenings, and a whole area dedicated to kids! Bring your kids out to join the 1-Mile Happy Feet Kids Run. The Kids Zone will have blow-ups for the kids to play on, face painting, karate and dance activities, arts and crafts and so much more! So bring the whole family out and help us fight our nation’s No. 1 and No. 3 killers, heart disease and stroke.
FREE: Walkers and attendees
$25 registration fee for RUNNERS.
Engraved on 0.06 two-ply plastic and available in over 95+ styles, the laser engraved signs are an excellent choice to provide instructions and help with building navigation.
Select from 4 different sizes: 2×10, 4×12, 6×12 and 6×6 – each with their own set of pre-designed titles, including: No Smoking, Rest Rooms, Exit, Closed.In addition to just text signs, you may also include common graphics and borders, if needed.
With a standard production time of 2 business days and the ability to mix and match various titles, of the same size, to receive a quantity discount, the engraved signs product line is a quick and affordable way to furnish your office, department or business.
We greatly appreciate the feedback of our customers and would love to hear about your experience with Name Tag, Inc. Please spend a few moments to let us know how we did and if there is anything else that we can improve on!
August 8th, 2009 turned out to be a very cold and blustery day. I almost couldn’t believe that after such warm weather, the day of the event was windy and overcast. It’s better for the fish, I heard again and again. It didn’t seem to hamper the kids at all either.The day started out early, set-up at 5:30 am and registration beginning at 7:00 am.The BASS Association volunteers were there, ready to hit the water.At 9:00 am, the registered participants had all been assigned to a boat or pontoon and the boats took off.The on- shore volunteers, of which I was one, headed over to the main pavilion to decorate and set up for lunch and the award ceremony.
Lunch was prepared by the Weber County Job Corps student culinary team and the menu consisted of hotdogs and burgers.There were over 40 volunteers, helping kids return their gear and find their way to the pavilion for lunch.It was really cool to see so many people intent on making the day a memorable event for someone else’s child. At the pavilion, we got word that one of the children had fallen in the water, and thanks to the generosity of one of the campers, who offered dry clothes and blankets, the girl warmed up and got right back into the festivities.
After lunch, the kids received a plaque and a medal from the C.A.S.T. Foundation and a goodie bag from Reclamation.Numerous sponsors contributed items for the raffle which raised money for next yearâ€™s event.The kids and their companions left with armloads of goodies and a feeling of belonging.At least that was my perception from the looks on their parent’s faces and the kids’ ear to ear smiles.
I would like to thank Name Tag, Inc. for helping sponsor this event. Funds are hard to come by and the way in which the organizers at Reclamation stretch their funds is truly amazing to me. The donation from Name Tag allowed us to put money toward some treats for the participants and their companions.This event is held annually, for more information, go to