Simply stated, a lapel pin is a pin which is intended to be worn on the lapel of a jacket or coat. As with most simple terms, many variables and differing details were distilled down to make a single line definition. Lapel pins are generally small, under an inch or so, and are usually made to be a clearly identifiable motif. They are worn by men and women alike, and are usually worn one at a time. One reason lapel pins are such a popular item is that they can be easily customized.
Of course, lapel pins need not be worn only on the lapel. Many collectors may prefer to wear them on a lanyard or as a hat pin on a cap. They can also be worn as tie tacks if the post is long enough, or even pinned onto a favorite tote bag. Custom made lapel pins can be an ideal object for networking, breaking the conversational ice for many a convention-goers, traveler, transit lapel pin or seminar attendee. NASCAR fans nationwide immediately have something in common when they notice a crossed checkered flag or Daytona Speedway tack pin on a cap or jacket.
As a commemorative item, a person might wear a parachute pin to share the experience of their first parachute jump or a wolf pin to remember their wolf encounter. Military lapel pins as well military hat pins are worn by and in support of a nation’s military, and an American flag lapel pin can be worn as a symbol of patriotism.
These are just a few of the scores of ways a custom lapel pin manufacturer can satisfy the needs of their customers.
Stock lapel pins are ideal identifiers for smaller events including family reunions or school achievement awards. Companies offering stock lapel pins often include the following themes, Christmas, toy box, good luck, sports and fishing, boating, wild animals, musical, equestrian, horseracing, transportation lapel pins, patriotic, graduation class year, travel, cats and dogs, smiley angel lapel pins and crosses. A recent fad is alphabet lapel pins"
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