November Newsletter 2016

Chistmas in Texas 2016

Greetings!
I am so excited to be in Texas this year for Christmas. My daughter is expecting her 3rd child, and we will all be surprised when we find out if it is a boy or a girl. Below I will detail my schedule as I am planning on visiting customers while I am in the Lone Star State so please let me know if you would like me to come visit your store while I am down there. There are some things you need to remember about your system to keep from having false alarms his holiday season so please read the section on preventing false alarms. I also hope that you will enjoy the upcoming Christmas season with friends and family this year.

–Mary Fouts
Tech Support
with over 25 years of experience
812-201-5900 cell
mary@sensortags.com
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Only YOU can prevent false alarms!

Too close to doorway!
Your security towers like to be at least 18 to 24 inches away from the door frame to avoid false alarms from the metal in the doorway.

Avoid Extension cords and any wires in an open loop! This can be a problem even if not attached to the towers. Call us if you still have No Christmas lights on same breaker or in close proximity of towers! Yes, that Christmas tree looks great in the front window, especially with the new tree dazzler lights, but be sure it is at least 3 to 4 ft away from your towers and not on the same breaker as it will cause false alarms. any issues this Christmas season. We are glad to help you figure out what is causing your false alarms so you can fix it. 812-201-5900 is Mary’s Cell phone and if out of reach you can text and she will call you back.

No Christmas lights on same breaker or in close proximity of towers!
Yes, that Christmas tree looks great in the front window, especially with the new tree dazzler lights, but be sure it is at least 3 to 4 ft away from your towers and not on the same breaker as it will cause false alarms

Holiday Sneaky Security Plans

Get sneeky to catch those holiday thieves this year. Double tagging is an industry standard for high priced items and hot new items. Consider putting an ink tag as the pin into your hard tag as double security. If the shoplifter tampers with the hard tag the ink tag will burst ruining the item they were after. Mind you this may only happen once or twice as the thief gets caught with ink in his hands.

Another double tagging idea is to use hard tags and paper labels. Hide the paper label up inside the garment or in the pocket of a jean. If the shoplifter can defeat the hard tag, he will still ring your system with the paper label as he walks out. Sneaky sneaky …. see the below specials to help you tag those expensive and hard to get hot items.

Susann Shanks

800-934-7080

Security Specialist

with over 25 years of experience

susann@sensortags.com

Ways to tell if you have a bad label on your roll.

Red Dot Marks The Spot

Some of our label manufacturers mark their bad labels with a red dot on the barcoded area. Do not use these red dot marked labels as they are out of frequency and not counted in your order of 2000 labels.

Black Lines on Blank Labels

Many manufacturers mark their blank labels with a black line down the middle of the blank security labels to indicate they are out of frequency and should not be used. You are guaranteed 2000 good labels so sometimes the label rolls look smaller depending upon how many bad labels are on the roll.

Missing Labels is OK too

Newer label machines will actually peel off the bad label so if you see missing labels that is ok too.

November Specials

Disposable Labels — blank 1 1/2″ only 3 cents each in qty of 2000 at a time Ink Tag Closeouts — A few styles left at .25 each while they last
FREE SHIPPING ON ALL INK TAG ORDERS
SPECIALS LAST FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 15, 2016

MARK & MARY’S TRAVEL SCHEDULE

Dec. 8th – 29th – Katy TX near Houston
Dec. 31st to Jan. 6th – Tanglewood TX, near Dallas
Jan. 6th to Jan. 13th – tentatively Tanglewood TX, near Dallas
Jan. 13th to Jan. 20th – Katy TX, near Houston
Jan. 20th to Jan. 27th – San Antonio TX
Jan. 27th – Feb. 3rd – Not Booked Yet
Feb. 3rd to Feb. 10th – Holly Lake TX, near Canton
Feb. 10th to Feb. 17th – Lago Vista TX, north of Austin
Feb. 17th to Feb. 24th – Lake Conroe TX
Feb. 24th to Mar. 4th – 7 Landings at Lake Conroe TX
Mar. 5th to Mar. 12th – Galveston TX
Mar. 12th til Mar. 16th – not booked yet
Mar. 16th – Fly back to Indiana