Inserts that attendees are proud to be identified with.
The right paper inserts are essential because they put the "name" in name tags—literally. We make sure yours fill the bill by offering one of the largest selections in the world and—equally important—helping you choose the ones that are best for your meeting and budget.
We make it easier for you to print your own inserts. By letting you download a free template and printing instructions for every size insert we carry. Designing templates that simplify full-bleed printing. And offering brighter, superior insert paper stock. It's easier to separate than the competition and 40% thicker so it slips into holders without wrinkles.
Or we'll do the printing and more for you! We'll print your inserts in vivid Full-Color Hi-Def or match your specific logo color with the Pantone® Color Matching System. Personalize them with attendee names. Even trim and alphabetize the inserts for you.
Name Tag Insert Frequently Asked Questions
Aren't all name tag inserts alike?
• Do they strike the perfect balance in weight: light enough to feed through the printer jam-free yet heavy enough to hold their shape while inserting in holders?
• Are they perforated to ensure that the sheet stays together through printing but separates easily with just one or two bends of during name tag assembly?
• Does the paper stock have a clean, bright finish that takes printer toner without smudging?
The paper name tag inserts from pc/nametag® meet all these criteria. If you make some comparisons for yourself you'll find out how rare that is!
Where can I find printing templates for my inserts?
What size fonts should I use?
How can I use inserts to help me organize attendees?
Is there an easy way to print customized agendas on the back of my inserts?
Another idea: rather than trying to print front and back, set up your mail merge to print two inserts side-by-side. The name insert is printed on the left column and the agenda on the right. After printing you simply fold both sides together and slip them into the holder. It takes more paper, but sure saves printing hassles.
What emergency information can/should I include on the back of my badge?
On-location Emergency Information: Local Police, Fire and Ambulance phone numbers plus the address of the nearest Emergency Room. It’s a sensitive issue but you may also consider including local chapters of support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Gamblers Anonymous.
Personal Emergency Information: Leave space to let your guests fill in any medical conditions, allergies, and next-of-kin or emergency contact.