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To maximize exposure for our customers—and to increase convenience and flexibility for yours—Vanguard’s Family Pak™ combines a card with two or more key tags for additional family members.

Like our individual cards and key tags, the Family Pak™ delivers high quality and performance. Our Family Paks™ are durable, waterproof, won’t crack or peel, and typically last up to 10 years. They are made of durable, polyester-laminated Teslin® in standard true 30-mil thickness. A crystal-clear polyester lamination protects the bar code, so it can be read each and every time and can’t be scratched off.

The Family Pak™ is available in a choice of styles with custom graphics. Options include a signature panel and the DataGuard Security System™, our patented attached label, for maximum convenience and 100-percent data integrity.



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