Imagine a creepy encounter with a creepy person at the airport. Imagine that creep scoping out your luggage tag and contacting you at home later.
That's exactly what happened to one of our customers in Boise; and that's all the inspiration we needed to take two of our luggage tag products and combine them into one superior product that protects your privacy, while still meeting all TSA requirements for luggage tags.
The TSA requires you to place a name and a phone number on each and every piece of your luggage. Both checked and carry-on. And you will want that information on your luggage should it ever become lost. But you don't want any creeps calling you at home.
Now you can RELAX knowing that you can safely put all of your personal information on your luggage tags AND keep it safely out of view from all the creeps at the airport. You can meet all TSA requirements with the same high quality Crew Tags® products that you've come to know and trust. And you can do it in complete privacy.
Our White Privacy Protection Luggage Tags combine our White Business Card Holder Luggage Tag and our very popular Credit Card Style Luggage Tag into one superior product that hides your personal information from the prying eyes of creeps everywhere.
We will print that tag with all of your Top Secret Personal Information on one side, a notice to remove the card to reveal personal information on the other, and we'll package it in a sturdy White Plastic Business Card Holder Luggage Tag to protect your privacy.
I have been using Crew Tags for the last 13 years and 1,800,000 + miles. I have them on my backpack, carry on and my shipping suitcase. I will be less than honest if I did not say that after 13 years and that many miles they looked rather beat up... and so do I. Unlike me, I was able to go back to Crew Tags and get the tags renewed! Now all my travel gear has new tags and I look forward to at least another 13 years of use. And I expect that Crew Tags will be there to replace them for me. Many travelers asked me at airports where I got my tags and I tell them to try them. You should try them too.
Over the years we've encouraged everyone to buy two tags for every bag they own. But a close friend of ours, with nearly 20 years of airline experience, recently informed us that THREE tags per bag is your new goal.
Our friend tells us that the handles of your suitcase are often the first to go. And when they do, your Luggage Tag is going to go with it. So she recommends...