If you are like me, you are just counting down the days until school starts. Just a few more days and I will be in heaven as it is super quiet in my house. The only down side is having two kids in school full time which means double the book bags, lunchboxes and school supplies. Thankfully with SwaggerTags I can keep track of whose stuff is whose! SwaggerTags come in different colors and you’re sure to find one that is perfect for the you or your child.
Once you get your SwaggerTag you can customize it to fit you. SwaggerTag sent me a tag for Charlie and one for Rachael. BUT I was over the moon excited to see that they had produced a beautiful tag just for me:
Yes they actually grabbed my logo and made me a tag to put in my SwaggerTag. I think I’m going to have to order an extra one so I can use it. So you aren’t worried about having to make this perfect circle and finding the right size, when you open your SwaggerTag there is a template to help you get the perfect tag in there. On the inside of the SwaggerTag there is a spot that opens and you can write your information on it in case your item gets lost. Imagine being in a crowded airport and being able to grab your luggage quickly because you have a SwaggerTag with your kids photo or your company logo in it.
For back to school purposes if you have more than one child the SwaggerTag allows you to grab all the same backpacks so there is no fighting and then labeling the bags with a SwaggerTag so its easy to see whose is whose. If you happen to go with the popular character backpacks you can use a SwaggerTag so your child’s bag stands out from all the other Hello Kitty or Skylander bags that are in the classroom.
Not a traveler and don’t have kids? If you have a pet you need to purchase a SwaggerTag for them. Personalize it with their photo and make sure all their info is on the inside in case they get lost.
Disclosure of Material Connection: We received a couple of SwaggerTags to facilitate this review. This post may contain affiliate links. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”