National School Breakfast Week takes place each March 2nd-6th.  Promote the event in a way that resonates with students, their families, and staff members.  Emphasize the importance of hot breakfast and its benefits on the body and mind.

Decide what style of custom lapel pin best represents your school.  We offer soft enamel, cloisonne, offset printed, and die struck options for you to choose from.  Further personalize your pins with images, text, cut outs, and even simulated gemstones.  The colors that we offer enhance the quality of the artwork we create for you.

Choose your favorite from the list:

·         Clear
·         Dark Green
·         Green
·         Dark Red
·         Red
·         Light Red
·         Dark Blue
·         Light Blue
·         Transparent Black
·         Light Green
·         Yellow
·         Dark Purple
·         Black
·         Light Purple

 

Don’t forget to order presentation options for your pins.  Create custom cardstock with your menu items printed on it.  Give pricing information for your school breakfast program.  Transform packaging into an item that can be put on the fridge and referenced when needed.

We offer free artwork and design with unlimited revisions, free full-color proof delivered via email, free colors (up to 7 colors at no additional charge), free shipping, and fast production.  Our pins are ready to ship in 10 days or less.

Announce your school’s breakfast program in a memorable way this year.  Invite parents and students to dine in your cafeteria.  Thank everyone for their support with a custom lapel pin gift in your choice of size, shape, style, and colors.  Contact All About Pins for more information and to request a no obligation, free price quote.  We’ll send it and a digital file of artwork to the email address we have on file for you.

Submit your inquiry through the request form on our website, by emailing info@allaboutpins.com, or calling 1-866-604-9462 toll-free.  It’s important that we hear from you right away.  We want you to have pins in hand in time for National School Breakfast Week.