Brodart Now Sells Customizable ID Cards and Key Tags

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Brodart Supplies & Furnishings, based in McElhattan, Pa., recently added bar coded ID cards and key tags to its catalog and online store, perfect for use by libraries, schools, grocery stores, and other retailers.

Customizable ID Card

Brodart Supplies & Furnishings, based in McElhattan, Pa., recently added bar coded ID cards and key tags to its catalog and online store, perfect for use by libraries, schools, grocery stores, and other retailers.

Brodart’s new ID cards and key tags are able to be customized any way you please with the addition of your unique artwork, logos, and bar code, any of which can be printed on both sides of the card or tag. The cards and tags are waterproof, tear resistant, and fade proof, allowing them to be stored safely in a wallet or on a key ring. For the security of the cardholder, the cards and tags feature a frosted panel on the back for patron signature. And finally, the best feature of these cards is that there is absolutely no set-up fee!

To take a look at Brodart’s collection of customizable ID cards and key tags, as well as our ID card holders and protectors, click to request a catalog or visit our website.

ABOUT BRODART CO.
Since 1939, Schools and Libraries alike have turned to Brodart Supplies & Furnishings for everything to keep their libraries running smoothly. From book covers and book supports to kids wall murals, Brodart Supplies & Furnishings is a one stop shop for all your library supplies. From humble beginnings, Brodart has grown to become an international company, serving libraries from the Northwest Territories to the Pacific Rim, with facilities in the United States and Canada. Brodart truly has evolved into a full-service library supply company. For additional information about Brodart Supplies & Furnishings, please visit shopbrodart.com or brodart.ca for our Canadian users, or call 1.888.820.4377 in the United States or 1.800.265.8470 from Canada.

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