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New Use for 3-up Key Tags: Accountability Tags

By |May 13th, 2015|

Fire departments have what’s known as accountability systems to track everyone’s safety and ensure that each firefighter returns from any structure where he or she enters.  Accountability tags are issued and given to a safety officer […]

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New Ways to Use ID Cards: Food Display Cards

By |November 18th, 2014|

The number of innovative uses for ID cards refuses to dwindle, and it’s not surprising. Delis, bakeries, and grocery stores have long used ID cards to promote in-house edibles such as bagels, cheese,pastries, and bread to consumers. Their […]

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Congratulations to Megan Harju – Winner of AlphaCard’s 2014 Scholarship

By |September 30th, 2014|

This year’s scholarship winner is Megan Harju, a senior at Union High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Megan’s essay on improving campus safety clearly outlined unique ways to
bolster school security and ensure the protection of students.  Megan […]

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Political Organization Relies on ID Badges — Not Press Passes — to Gain Access to Campaign Events

By |July 28th, 2014|

Photographers and videographers who work at a political organization are looking very similar these days to the white house press corps with what appear to be press badges.  But they’re not — the bright photo […]

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See Our Eco-Friendly ID Card Solutions Guest Article in SecureIDNews.com

By |March 17th, 2014|

If you haven’t yet read our piece on environmentally-conscious ID card solutions in SecureIDNews.com, then check it out now!  In our guest article, we’ve provided some important —and interesting—information on the subject and what you, as […]

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Check Out Our Latest Case Study Highlighting Our Work with UNC Alumni Association

By |January 8th, 2014|

In our latest case study, you’ll learn how AlphaCard’s team of ID card experts helped design a multi-functional membership ID card program for the University of North Carolina General Alumni Association. Tailored to students, alumni, […]

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Longer-Lasting ID Cards Made From PVC/Polyester Combination

By |November 18th, 2013|

Although industry-standard PVC cards are designed for long-term use, some organizations and businesses require more durable, “maximum-strength” ID cards for their badge programs. AlphaCard is pleased to offer a stronger, economically priced ID card made […]

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West Virginia lawmakers receive ID cards for jail inspections

By |June 8th, 2010|

Members of a legislative oversight committee in Charleston, West Virginia have come up with an interesting new use for ID cards. The committee has created an ID card program for lawmakers who require quick access to prisons and jails in order to investigate complaints or follow up on other issues. In the past, some lawmakers have been denied admission or delayed in their attempts to conduct surprise inspections. The new card program eliminates these problems and allows for immediate access to those with a special ID card.
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Transit passes get special Super Bowl treatment in Miami

By |February 10th, 2010|

Several thousand transit riders in Miami were lucky to get their hands on special commemorative Super Bowl cards last week, good for trips on local-area buses and trains. The collectible cards work just like normal smart card transit passes, only with a colorful design featuring the official NFL and Super Bowl XLIV logos.
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Skate park uses photo ID cards to curb vandalism and enforce rules

By |January 14th, 2010|

Lawnwood Skate Park in Fort Pierce, Florida has been steadily growing in popularity since its grand opening a year and a half ago. Skaters flock to the park in droves to shoot in and out of its winding concrete bowl, and grind effortlessly (or not) down a myriad of ledges and rails. Because the park draws such a crowd, county officials began requiring all riders to have photo ID cards in order to help them enforce rules and prevent vandalism.
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