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We love making sorority recruitment name tag for our friends at Alpha Phi. This section you will find a variety of designs that we have produced for various chapters. Each design is fully customizable to fit your unique needs. Each tag is priced complete with as many lines of text as you require. Also, if you see a design and like it but would like a different color that is not a problem. We will modify all existing designs to meet your unique needs.
Sorority name tags are available in metal or plastic and are either engraved or digitally printed. Whether you are searching for a single-color design or multi-color we can help you with that. Sorority name tag pricing includes any size tag, any number of colors of imprinting, and any number of lines of imprinting.
We offer both a magnetic backing or pin backing for the name badges. Most chapters choose the magnetic backing since the attachment does not punch a hole in your clothing. Production time is normally 2-3 days however during the months of July and August this time is usually 7 to 10 days. But no worries, we guarantee will make sure you receive your name tags in time for your event. Simply let us know when you need them to arrive and we will make it happen.
To order you may use the online form we provided, but we find that simply emailing us with your needs works the best. Simply tell us what you are looking for, attach your roster of girls along with your shipping address. Once we receive this we send you a few proofs with various type styles and layouts to choose from. Once you decide on your design we then send you a proof of all the badges to ensure that your order is correct. We will also send over an order confirmation detailing the cost and date of shipment of your sorority name badges. Then once you approve we produce and ship the badges, easy enough?
Simple, easy and hassle-free ordering. Isn’t that the way it should be?