Magnetic Name Tags from Tag UR It! inc., The Magnetic Law of Attraction!

The law of attraction is a pseudoscientific belief or theory, that “like attracts like,” and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results.

The “Magnetic Law of Attraction” is a belief or theory, that “expensive clothing attracts magnetic name tags”, and that by focusing on using magnets instead of pins, one can never ruin one’s clothing.

Plastic Name Tags

Name tags are everywhere!  In our previous blog, “What’s in a Name”, we showed you how businesses in so many industries use name tags everyday.  There are many options out there, so let us help you decide which option is best for you.  Whether using a plastic, metal, or engraved name tag, using a magnetic backing is the way to go.  Imagine, you’re wearing your brand new silk top and are about to run into a meeting wearing your company name tag.  Not only will a magnetic attachment prevent pin holes and tears, your magnetic name tag couldn’t be easier to put on.  Just place your name tag over any kind of clothing and line up your backing under the fabric.  The magnets will do the rest of the work for you, keeping your name tag in place all day without doing any damage to the clothes you are wearing.   Magnetic backings also last much longer than traditional pin backings as they don’t bend out of place.  The choice should be clear for your business.  Let us help you find the a name tag that will be a great fit! Your Tag Team is always here to help!

Check out Tag UR It! Inc.’s selection of metal and plastic name tags today.  And be sure to select a magnetic backing when you check out! 

www.taguritnametags.com

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