School Bumper Stickers are screen-printed on white pressure-sensitive vinyl.

School Bumper Stickers

 

School Bumper Stickerbelow is screen-printed on chrome polyester and die-cut as shown.

Die-Cut

 

In the school bumper sticker below a mascot can be added:

Mascot

 

Oval "Block Letters" Bumper Sticker
6" wide x 4" tall
Choose One or Two Colors on White Vinyl Only
Mascot Not Available
Quantity
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Unit Cost
2.69
1.49
.87
.52
.42
.29
.22
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My Child is an Honor Student Bumper Stickers
Choice of Two Colors, on white background
Need School Name and Mascot
Quantity
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1.77
1.05
.64
.43
.35
.27
.20
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GO TEAM! Bumper Sticker
Choose two colors. White vinyl only.
My Child is a Star Student Bumper Stickers
Choice of Two Colors, on white background
Need School Name and Mascot
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2.33
1.32
.80
.49
.43
.32
.24
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Proud Parent of an Honor Student Chrome Bumper Sticker
Choose one color plus white on Chrome background
Only need your school name.

Quantity
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3.07
1.85
1.19
.82
.65
.49
.37
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An additional $20 non-refundable artwork layout charge must be paid before work can begin.

Production time is approximately 3 working days after proof approval.

 

These bumper stickers are pre-designed. Simply add your school name and/or mascot for your school sticker.

 

Stickers and Magnets:

 

Heritage Advertising, Inc.
4100 Bob Wallace Avenue S.W.
Huntsville, AL 35805
Telephone: 321-253-0424


Email: email yard-signs.biz

 

 

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School Bumper Stickers brings you this history lesson:

1963 : Pro Football Hall of Fame opens

The Pro Football Hall of Fame opened today in Canton, Ohio. "Professional football draped a mantle of gridiron greatness around the shoulders of 17 of its stalwart sons Saturday in impressive Hall of Fame dedicatory ceremonies," informed The Post Standard on September 8, 1963. "Most of the honored were from the game's distant days when the play-for-pay sport had only a tenuous hold on the public fancy. But it was with head high and eyes sparkling that the former starts stepped up to receive their certificates to the hall of heroes."