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Look to Vanguard to pioneer new products that can help build your business—including the first key tag to combine both a bar code and a magnetic stripe. Our patented MagTag® is durable, waterproof and designed to look great and perform for years. They are constructed of a highly durable polyester laminate with a printed Teslin® core.

MagTags® are factory encoded to your specifications and feature the DataGuard Security System™, our patented attached label, for maximum convenience and 100-percent data integrity.

Customer Loyalty Tags 
Use our attractive, high-quality MagTags® to register your customers, track their spending and purchase patterns, and offer incentives to reward their loyalty. The DataGuard Security System™, our patented attached label, makes enrollment fast, easy and error-free!

Gift Tag® 
Premium graphics, durable tag construction and superior performance make MagTags® an ideal choice for use as gift cards.

Cash Tag™ 
Cash Tags™ can be linked to credit cards to provide all the convenience of a non-contact “pass” at a fraction of the cost of wallet-size cards.

Time Tag® 
High-performance Time Tags® are ideal for access control and Time and Attendance applications. The key tags can be kept conveniently on the user’s key chain and are not as easily lost as traditional access control cards.



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