Happy Birthday to the Hello My Name Is badge!

Hi, it’s the hello my name is badge here. For this week, I’ve taken over the C-Line blog to let you know something. This year, I turn the big 5-0! (Don’t snicker, I really did get my start in 1959)!

Hello My Name Is badge
Here I am – the hello my name is badge – celebrating my birthday!

But I’m not down or blue (see I’m actually red today) about getting older. In fact, the older I get, the happier I am. You see, I know the world around us is changing and more people are becoming hi-tech. And with the technological revolution, a lot of “old school” products are going out the window. I mean, who even knows what a typewriter is anymore… do they even make those things?  Well, that won’t happen to me. No way!

Throughout the years, I’ve only grown in popularity. Nowadays, you can find the hello my name is tag all throughout the pop culture world – while looking on a billboard ad, watching a movie, or flipping through a magazine.

And the reason for my staying power – my simplicity, of course. I don’t require much more than a pen or marker to use. And I travel light – 100 of me is about as big as a deck of playing cards. You can be fun and spontaneous with me, with people letting their own personality shine through on. Just don’t ever stick me on vinyl, leather, suede, corduroy or silk… we don’t work so well together. I’m not going to say anything further, but we definitely have a difference of opinion.

And finally, I also help out good causes, like supporting breast cancer awareness. Yes, the pink ribbon hello my name is sticker helps to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). Those wonderful people at the NBCF work to promote breast cancer awareness and fund mammograms for those in need. So you see, that product is a win-win-win situation for everyone. I help you with your event and the NBCF and the NBCF help raise awareness for breast cancer.

I have to leave now. I’m off to another party to celebrate! Lindsay will return next week.

3 Responses to “Happy Birthday to the Hello My Name Is badge!”

  1. Nadine Says:

    Everything dynamic and very positively! 🙂
    Thank you

  2. Jo Ann Moore Says:

    How do I print the single nametags? I can not find a template for them

  3. lindsay Says:

    Hi Jo Ann! Thank you for checking out the blog. The “hello my name is” tags are not meant to be used in a printer, so there isn’t a template available. There are products that allow you to print single name tags. Free printer templates are available for all of these items. 92623 is a 3 1/2 x 2 1/4 peel and stick name tag, 92523 is a 3 1/2 x 2 1/4 badge insert, 92543 is a 4 x 3 badge insert – all of which are printed on a 4×6 piece of paper.

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