What does your cloakroom currently say about you?
If you’re still using paper cloakroom tickets, or (sharp intake of breath) raffle tickets in your cloakroom, here are 10 very good reasons why you should consider upgrading to plastic cloakroom tags.
- They make the right first – and last – impression
Handing over their coat is one of the first ways that a guest interacts with your brand. So make it count.
If you’ve spent thousands on making your establishment Insta-worthy, don’t let yourself down by handing over a paper or laminated ticket.
- They instil confidence.
When is a raffle ticket ever a fair swap for a designer coat? Providing plastic cloakroom tags says that you care about the belongings you’re being given, and they can trust you to look after them.
- You can brand them – on both sides.
As well as pre-printed options, you can personalise the plastic cloakroom tags to your own brand in full colour, front & back. Which means you could also include a promotion, or even advertise a sister establishment.
- They’re rarely lost (and easy to find).
Being plastic and just like a credit card, cloakroom tags are generally kept safe in a wallet or purse. They’re easy to locate and much less likely to be thrown away by accident, thus avoiding the disgruntled queue of people who are forced to wait until the end of the night to get their stuff back.
5. They’re wipeable and reusable.
You can drop plastic cloakroom tags in your Gin as many times as you like and they’ll still come up smelling of, er, tonic. The point is, you can use them over and over again, unlike paper. Even if you laminate your paper tags, they soon become grubby.
6. They’re unlikely to be accidentally torn off or ‘lost’ in the cloakroom.
In a busy cloakroom or hotel where bags are constantly being moved around pre check-in or post check-out, it’s not unusual for paper tickets to be torn off.
Plastic cloakroom tags can’t be physically torn off coat hangers. And if they’re secured on to bags with bag loops, they withstand wear and tear and jostling about.
7. You can put a disclaimer on them
Whatever your Ts & Cs are for cloakroom use, print them on the reverse.
8. You can also use them for bags.
Our flexible bag tag loops make it easy to affix the cloakroom tags to luggage or shopping bags.
9. They won’t break the bank.
You can pick up a pack of 100 matched pairs of plastic Cloakroom Tags from as little as £41. Why wouldn’t you?
10. They just look nicer.
Which would you rather receive when you hand over your expensive jacket – a professionally branded plastic card, or something you get at the school Tombola?