Personal Car Plates
Customized Car PlatesDeluxe personal car plates are specially volume priced to get your attention. Transform every car to a moving billboard. The imprint area of these car plates is 10.5 inches wide and 5.5 inches high (leave room for fastener holes). Full bleed imprint is not available on these high quality thick plastic car plates.
For the above add $50.00 set up charge per color.
($30.00 reset charge per color apply on re-orders using same artwork as previous order.)
- Check out other styles of car tags that we carry. - Different Thickness - Different Quantities and Sizes Car Tags
Disclaimer: Because of the vast number of makes and models of both domestic and foreign cars and the different sizes of State License Tags, it is impossible to adapt a single frame to accommodate all vehicles. We cannot guarantee a proper fit. We will be happy to supply a free sample to check such alignments.
We also feature License Plate frames for a minimum order of quantity 200. For details visit:License Plate Frames
Hand fan, church fan, political hand fan, fans for weddings, church or political occasions, with your advertisement. Fans with your customized handfan message. Cheap quality hand fan at wholesale prices.
We also provide emery board advertising, advice to help you design a plastic sign for your election, poly bag or corrugated plastic signs. We are known for our campaign card board posters. We serve as a political campaign consultant, and give free advertisement advice. We are expert printers of political lawn signs, stork, and birthday signs. Free sign advertisement advice on colors.
Cheap Bumper Sticker
We will help you with advertising from our years of experience. We also print signs, cheap political bumper stickers and lapel stickers, bumper magnets, and door knob hangers. As a yard sign printer, we can create your real estate sign riders and other assorted signs. Cheap Bumper Stickers
He left Yale for four years to fight in the Revolutionary War. His name was Noah Webster, and he died this day, May 28, 1843. In 1788, his essay, "On the Education of Youth in America" was printed in the Webster's American Magazine: "Select passages of Scripture...may be read in schools, to great advantage. In some countries the common people are not permitted to read the Bible at all. In ours, it is as common as a newspaper and in schools is read with nearly the same degree of respect...
My wish is not to see the Bible excluded from schools but to see it used as a system of religion and morality." In his book, "The History of the United States," published in 1832, Noah Webster wrote: "All the miseries and evils which men suffer from vice, crime, ambition, injustice, oppression, slavery and war, proceed from their despising or neglecting the precepts contained in the Bible. ___
What is the greatest commandment?