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Author Topic: Tag Me Engraving  (Read 469 times)
KB0LIV
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« on: November 20, 2002, 10:11:43 PM »

I went to the 2002 Tailgate swapfest this year and had the pleasure of doing business with Tag Me Engraving of Northfield, MN.  I'd heard of the company once before, and the process that makes them somewhat unique among tag/sign makers.  They'll do the usual engraving and hot stamping, but they also have dye sublimation in their arsenal of tools.  I ordered a bright orange Skywarn tag with my call and id number on it, with the magnetic back (which, may I add, was only $1 extra).  While Mandy punched my information into the computer and printed off the sheet that would be used to make the badge, she was talking to me about the company and the process they used.  When I asked how long the tag would take, figuring it had to dry, I was told that they only take about two minutes.  Mine took slightly longer than that as my callsign was entered wrong, giving me a 3x3 call rather than a 2x3.  I didn't even notice this, as Mark caught it before handing pulling it off the machine.  A new tag was generated at no cost, and just a few minutes of my time.  Their prices were (and still are, as I checked their site the other day) quite reasonable.  
An added plus...while I was browsing their available products, I was told to sit under the tarp and cool off...most places want you on the other side of the counter....period!  A class act all the way around...I'll definatley do business with them again.  
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KG4VGH
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« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2003, 03:25:54 PM »

Did a search on the name....nothing came up....
Do you have the link for their site...
Thanks
73
Pete
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