Findings

Hello, My Name Is… 3 Upgrades to the Standard Badge

Kevin Lumberg is a Sublimation Sales Specialist and TJ Kvilhaug is a Large Format Sublimation Account Manager at Johnson Plastics Plus. Visit Johnson Plastics Plus on the web at www.johnsonplasticsplus.com. For further information, Kevin can be reached at 800-869-7800 ext. 5737 or by email at klumberg@jpplus.com. TJ can be reached at 800-869-7836 or by email at tkvilhaug@jpplus.com.

Consider these three upgrades to affect the finished look, quality and price of the standard name badge:

  1. Badge frames: When you place a full-color sublimated name badge into a gold or silver frame, it really finishes the name badge and screams quality.
  2. Findings: Findings are the hardware on the back of the badge that holds it onto a person’s shirt or coat. The lowest price finding is the regular pin back. Pin backs are the standard for name badges. These work great, but some customers do not want to stick a pin through their nice clothes, so they can be upgraded to a magnetic back.
  3. Magnetic backs: A metal bar sticks to the back of the name badge, and a very strong plastic encased magnet is then placed inside the garment that it is worn on, which holds the name badge in place. 

—Kevin Lumberg & TJ KvilHaug, Johnson Plastics