Luggage Tag

Written by Joy MacKay
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I'm sure this has happened to you. You are standing in a long check-in line at the airport, and just before you approach the counter, you realize your luggage isn't labeled. It can be tempting to just go without labels, but for anyone who has lost their luggage while traveling, you know it's simply not an option.

Bypassing Tangled Cords with the Luggage Tag

Sure, you can purchase cheap plastic or laminated tags, or use the free paper tags at the counter. But have you ever taken a good look at the beating they get? Often, by the time you reach your destination, these tags have broken, snapped, or torn right off! Your most important part of your vacation or business trip is comfort, and you can lose more than just your clothes if a single suitcase is lost!

Rather than attempting to add more cords to your luggage, why not opt for a sturdy, classy brass luggage tag? This lets others know that the bag is indeed yours, and prevents a bystander from ripping off a paper tag and claiming your luggage. The luggage tag is also a wonderful unique identifier for your reference as you eye your luggage on the carousel.

Brass luggage tags are also a great way to identify cameras, laptops, day timers, golf, ski and gym bags. They can also make a great gift for a special someone in your life. When you take the time to have something engraved, everything becomes a special gift.


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