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Old 08-29-2007, 03:50 PM   #1
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Hey guys, earlier I posted some info on some labels the company I work for provides...

We have a new supplier.. and they make various size labels in quantities of 1000 or more...

for a 3.5"x3.5"... they are about 13 cents a peice (including shipping).. I know 1000 is a lot, but these are inexpensive and great quality..

they are also UV coated, so they wont fade or run in water..

sorry for the plug.. but if anyone is interested.. just let me know...

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Ok, we have a new supplier..

for 1000 2x4 full color labels with bleed = 89.00 (8.9 cents each)
for 1000 2x3.5 full color labels with bleed = 60.00 (6 cents each)
for 1000 3.5x3.5 full color labels with bleed = 115.00 (11.5 cents each)

these again are full color on a glossy UV protected stock with full bleed.

Prices include shipping..

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Old 02-19-2008, 04:25 PM   #3
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Hmm thx for the heads up!

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Hmmmmm.........

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Water resistant even if printed using an inkjet printer?

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these are printed.. you would have to send me artwork.. and they are uv coated, so they are fade and run resistant

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Are they self adhesive?

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So, could they be written on with a permanant marker, or would it rub right off? I can't imagine any single beer for which I would want 1,000 labels, but it might be cool to have a "blank" with just the logo, then be able to simply write in the specs.

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yeah they are self adhesive..

i ordered a few samples.. i dont know about writing on them, but i will check it out when they arrive.

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talked to the man.

they said that because of the UV, you cant write on them.. sorry bird..

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I guess you could get smaller labels and put those on the larger ones, and write on that.. but that seems like a lot.

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