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Identa Me Labels Help Equipment Managers at Syracuse University Stay Organized(October 16, 2013)
Minoa, NY (PRWEB) October 16, 2013
IdentaMe Labels, a New York-based company that specializes in stick-on labels for clothing, sports gear, and personal items is excited to announce the addition of Syracuse University to its list of clients. The university purchased labels last year and was so impressed, officials ordered more for this years football and lacrosse teams.
It makes it even more exciting to watch Syracuse University games knowing that our labels are running down the field with the players and jumping up and down on the sidelines with the coaches! says April Hammond, co-founder of IdentaMe Labels. Hammond co-founded IdentaMe Labels in 2010 with Gail Greiner.
Athletics departments are an ideal customer for IdentaMe labels, since players names can be easily affixed to clothing, shoes, and sports gear. In addition to Syracuse University, IdentaMe Labels are also used by athletics departments at LeMoyne College, St. John Fisher College, and Durant High School. Athletic departments work directly with Hammond and Greiner to create customized labels that meet their exact needs. Labels can be made in any shape or size and can be printed using the schools logo and colors.
Hammond also points out that moms all over the country purchased labels for their kids in anticipation of a summer trip to the Cooperstown Dream Park for the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame tournaments. "Players come from around the world," said Hammond, "and it was pretty awesome knowing that the labels we sent out all over the country were going to end up being used right back here in Central New York in all the players' clothing and on their equipment. With that many kids in one place, and with so much identical equipment, our super durable labels really helped moms and kids alike to keep track of their belongings."
Requiring no sewing or ironing, IdentaMe Labels are popular with parents around the country because of their peel-and-stick design which makes them super easy to apply. Originally, Greiner and Hammond marketed the labels to parents, because the labels make it so easy to keep track of everything that kids leave home with. IdentaMe Labels are the best way to label clothing, toys, backpacks, lunchboxes, camp gear, sports clothes/equipment, expensive hand-held electronics, school supplies, and daycare items. Hammond says, "The list is virtually endless of what you can stick a personalized label on!" And for those parents that have kids with food allergies or other conditions like diabetes or asthma, it's essential for their peace of mind that teachers, coaches, other parents and caregivers are all aware of their child's special needs. IdentaMe Labels custom labels are the perfect solution. The labels come in a big selection of colors, sizes and designs which allow parents to create one-of-a-kind labels that their kids will love.
Nursing homes and assisted living facilities are another big market for IdentaMe Labels. "The biggest complaint we hear from folks is the fact that so many things go missing in care facilities. From clothing to hairbrushes and slippers, things have a way of walking off." says Greiner. Hammond and Greiner know that IdentaMe Labels can alleviate some of the stress associated with the whole process of having to place a loved one in a care facility because they've both gone through the process with their own families.
Printed on a thin vinyl, and then laminated to make them last, IdentaMe Labels are waterproof and safe for the washer and dryer, dishwasher, microwave and refrigerator/freezer. In addition, they'll stand up to even the harshest weather conditions, including sun, sand and salt water. They are a super affordable way for families, teams, individuals and businesses to get organized and stop losing expensive items. To view label options or learn more about IdentaMe Labels products, visit http://www.identamelabels.com/ or call (315) 663-5217 anytime.
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