Holder Attachment Guide
How to choose a vinyl holder that protects and showcases name tag inserts–and your attendees will get attached to.
Attaches directly to apparel; best for casual events where attendees do not wear delicate fabrics.
Attach a lanyard with a metal j-hook to the center hole
Use pin for attaching to apparel; use clip for attaching to apparel or to lanyards and necklaces with O-ring or key ring attachments.
Attaches directly to apparel, or to lanyards and necklaces with O-Ring or key ring attachments; works well with garments that have a pocket, collar or lapel and handles delicate fabrics with care.
Center slot works with j-hook, lobster and bulldog-clip lanyards; corner holes are for the barbed ends of a no-spin elastic cord.
Attach a lanyard with a double bulldog or a j-hook clip to keep name tags facing forward for legibility.
Attach a lanyard with a double bulldog or j-hook clip to keep name tags facing forward for legibility; more economically, attach a bulldog clip to the center slot.
Clip directly to apparel, or to lanyards and necklaces with O-ring or key ring attachments; use slot with the bulldog clip attachment of a lanyard or necklace; use corner holes with the barbed ends of an elastic cord.
Gives you a choice of elastic barb holes, double-slots, and no-spin center slot. Also available with pin/clip.