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Bollin Labels Fluorescent Red Grabber Grocery Store Labels Black Imprint "Assorted Pork Chops" - 1 3/8"L x 7/8"H

Stock No.: 74098 Vendor Part No.: 12474 12474 Brand: Bollin Label
Roll of 1000
Price: $6.89 ($.01/item)
In Stock
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Est. delivery Jan 31-Feb 01 if ordered today. Need faster shipping? Additional shipping options may be available at checkout. Details
  • Designed with fluorescent red coloring and black lettering so it is easy to see and read.
  • Will help ensure customer satisfaction by allowing them to find what they want easily.
  • There are 1000 preprinted labels which make them long lasting, and economical.

Assorted Pork Chops Fluorescent Grabber Grocery Store Labels are a perfect way to label the prepackaged assorted pork chops available in your Meat Department. These fluorescent red day-glo preprinted labels are bold and just the right size to grab your customer's attention. Assorted Pork Chops Fluorescent Grabber Grocery Store Labels will help increase customer satisfaction by helping your busy customers find the assorted pork chops quickly amongst the other pork chops. The labels are 7/8 H x 1 3/8 L and there are 1000 labels per roll. These Grabber Labels also help to improve employee efficiency since they are preprinted, which helps to save you money.

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Stock No. 74098
Brand Bollin Label
VPN 12474
Case Pack 1000
Material Paper
Color Red
Secondary Color Black
Width 1.375" in
Height 0.875" in
Adhesive Type Permanent

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