FLAG Doubles its Membership
AMHERST, NH—April 2, 2013—FLAG has more than doubled its independent label converter membership over the last few months, with Q1 2013 being especially active as new members joined the group from Wisconsin, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. FLAG now has label converter members in 14 states, and several of those states have more than one member.
“FLAG has built a solid foundation of independent label converter members and world-class vendor partners who all understand that by working towards a common goal we will all benefit financially and otherwise,” noted FLAG Founder John McKay.
According to McKay, FLAG receives calls every week from label converters interested in buying as a group to save money but who also want to keep their individuality.
“To become a FLAG member, it really has to be a good fit for the label converter, our vendor partners and for FLAG,” explained McKay. “It’s not always right for everyone, but you never know until we’ve had a chance to talk. We fully expect our membership to double again in the next few months, which brings additional savings to all the members already on board.”
However, McKay cautioned that FLAG expects to reach membership capacity at some point. “But right now we are looking for those who see FLAG as a good fit and are willing to commit to the program,” he said.
Flexo Label Advantage Group (FLAG) is a marketing and buying group for independent label converters.