WHERE WOULD YOU BE WITHOUT YOUR
Lifesaver Tags are made of a very special material that once written on by a standard ball point pen become indelible and yes they go through the wash.
JOIN THE TAG TEAM
The tags primary use is in children’s footwear. There is a small hole in the center of the tag that you can push open for the shoe lace. The tag is worn between the laces and the tongue of the shoe. (See sample shoe) For Velcro shoes just adhere the tag to the tongue of the shoe and close the Velcro straps over the top. The clothing tags can be sewn into the nap of the neck of Back to school jacket, Rainwear skiwear and the waist band of swimsuits etc.
HOW TO ORDER
Each sheet of shoe tags has two Lifesaver Tags. Every clothing tag has four Lifesaver clothing tags.
Clothing tags are thinner and smaller because unlike footwear may come in contact with the child.
Purchase 5 sets of two Lifesaver Tags for $5.00
add as many sets of 4 clothing tags for $1.00 each with you shoe tag order.
Allow ten days for delivery.
Send a check, money order or cash to Lifesaver 104 Crane Creek Beaumont Ca 92223 If you need to contact Lifesaver E-mail us at Lifesavercharities@msn.com
If you are a school, civic group, retailer ,manufacturer and want to but the tags in bulk either as a hand out or Fundraiser contact us at E-mail Lifesavercharities@msn.com
Protect your family with Lifesaver Tags.
Lifesaver Tags are not just for children. They are for active adults, seniors who walk for exercise without Identification and emergency information. The Tags are for Alzheimer patients, the handicapped and newly expectant mothers. All the above are pretty explanatory except newly expectant mothers. Many expectant parents don’t tell anyone until after the first trimester. If you are involved in an accident and are unable to tell the emergency room doctor you are pregnant he will not know he is dealing with two lives not just one
We need your help getting to Elementary schools and PTA’s, nursery/preschools, Day care centers, Baby sitting service and the head start programs in your community. It is called
BEING A LIFESAVER and PASSING IT ON