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Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Towns and cities across this beautiful country have been contacting us to make custom town pins recently.  The towns are using the pins to help lift the morale of its inhabitants.  When a town pin is presented to you, a feeling of pride immediately comes over you. You feel special and you feel welcome which lifts your spirits.  Town leaders realize this so they are making pins that they can hand out to folks along the way.

Government pins are also handed out to special VIP visitors who come to take whatever the town has to offer. This way they leave with a custom pin reminding them of the time and the people they encountered.  We have seen pins be made to help promote a town initiative such as new recycling initiatives, or a crime prevention strategy. Pins are great for this because they get your message out very effectively and easily.

Your pins can be soft enamel, cloisonné, offset printed or die struck depending on your needs and preferences.  They can also be whatever size, shape, and colors that you want as well.  This allows you to personalize the pin’s design and give people a truly remarkable keepsake that they’ll want to hold onto for years and years.

We also offer presentation options that will help take your lapel pin gift to the next level.  We sell velvet bags, acrylic cases and custom cardstock for you to choose from.  Decide which one works best for your needs.  We’ll be more than happy to assist you with your request by offering you our skills and expertise.

We will even be happy to help you come up with a lapel program to reward outstanding employees or to acknowledge years of service.  Let us know what you have in mind.  Visit http://www.lapelpinsplus.com for more information about the ordering process.  Email info@lapelpinsplus.com or call 1-800-252-0904 toll-free.  We’ll take your design ideas and transform them into amazing lapel pins for you to hand out.

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