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National Badge Ribbon Day 2019

Like all great ideas, it was simple.

In 1991 the founder of pc/nametag, a Certified Meeting Planner, realized that the vertical tail-type badge ribbons of the time just didn't cut it.

He saw a guy wearing about 10 of them and thought they looked like a turkey-feather fan. The ribbons overlapped so much you couldn’t read each one. Soon he began to think about other ways to attach a ribbon to a name tag and drew a sketch of a ribbon, turned it on its side so it was horizontal and saw how it fit perfectly under the badge.

A designer executed his idea, adding a strip of tape so several ribbons could be stacked. Then, in 1993, he applied for a patent, and the stack-a-ribbon® award first appeared in the pc/nametag catalog.

Since then, these stackable, packable little messengers have set pc/nametag apart and helped us grow as the leading resource for registration supplies. With such popularity and importance, it’s no wonder the stack-a-ribbon is one of our four essential parts of a highly effective name badge.

They started as a mark of recognition or categorizer: AWARD WINNER, EXHIBITOR and soon blossomed into a social phenomenon at events. Choose from 800 in-stock titles, everything from YADA YADA YADA to BORED MEMBER to AWESOMESAUCE and beyond.

In 2016, it was officially documented in Chase’s Calendar of Events, The Ultimate Go-to Guide for Special Days, Weeks and Months..

Meeting planners, attendees, office staff - everybody loves badge ribbons. And since we created the original stackable ribbon, appropriately called, stack-a-ribbon award, what better way to recognize its significance in the event world than to declare August 18 to be National Badge Ribbon Day?

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