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Stickers International Offers New Vinyl Lettering and Logos

New product is highly durable and designed for long-term outdoor use.




Vinyl lettering from Stickers International.
Letters are offered in five colors — black gloss, white gloss, silver, gold and holographic.

(PRESS RELEASE) Stickers International recently added premium-grade sign-making vinyl, which is a great option for creating eye-catching single-color signs, vehicle branding, window applications and outdoor stickers for application on flat or slightly curved surfaces.

Offered in five colors — black gloss, white gloss, silver, gold and holographic — the plotter-cut letters and logos are backed with a high-grade permanent, solvent-based adhesive for easy application. They are highly durable and designed for long-term outdoor use. Because the cut letters and logos come on a transparent application tape, they can be lifted off in one piece.

The black and white colors are rated for five-year durability; the metallics and holographic are rated for three years. Please note for window application, the design should be cut in reverse (mirrored) so it can be read from the outside. Be sure to designate this when ordering.

See the stickers on the website.
For more information, contact Stickers International at 1-877-597-4334, email or visit the website at

About Stickers International

Stickers International is a custom manufacturer of pressure-sensitive stickers and window clings located in North Miami, Fla. It includes a full art department, customer service and production facility serving a diverse client base that includes hospitality, retail, personal and professional services, promotional products, schools, medical offices, and the travel industry.




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