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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Victor Cavaller (first left), Vincenç Veses (second right) and colleague from O-Partners join Udo Weisenburger (first right) at the elaborate booth of TAA Industries; the never camera-shy John Davies of OmniTicket; this Italian exhibitor wasn’t taking any chances; Willy Walser and Alberto Brandestini of ABC Rides with new sales representative Peter Ziegler (centre); “European Theme Park Legends” Karl-Heinz Mordelt, Tom van de Ven and Gottlieb Löffelhardt enjoy dinner with BRC


Sta-Put Tab Wristbands


• Sta-Put Tab stays on the wristband to help promote a clean environment • Reduce maintenance and cleaning costs • Made of strong, waterproof, lightweight material • Wristbands comfortably adjust to any size


• Can be custom-designed and bar coded for your facility or event • All wristbands come with free, pre-numbering for ease of control and accountability


• Virtually tamper resistant due to a series of die-cuts at the point of adhesion


Thermal Point-of-Sale Tickets


High quality, fan-folded, machine-issued Thermal Point-of-Sale Ticket Stock suitable for all types of automated box office and admission systems.


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P.O. BOX 547 • SHAMOKIN, PA 17872 PH (800)829-0829 / (570)672-2900 • FAX (570)672-2999 e-mail: intdept@nationalticket.com


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We offer a unique elongated bar code printed across the entire wristband allowing for easier scanning of the bar code at any angle.


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