USPS Approved MailNotes® RPN Labels

Add Value to your Direct Mail

MailNotes Labels are promotional notes that cannot be missed by recipients. This classification, very specific as defined by the DMM under 709.6, allows mailers to affix flag patterned 3″ x 3″ notes to the outside of the envelope, postcard, or paper cover of their mail pieces. MailNotes labels extend the life of an advertisement,byremoving cleanly from the outside or inside of a mailing and can also be reapplied almost anywhere, from a refrigerator or desk to a calendar or next to the phone.

  • Multiple adhesive patterns approved by the United States Postal Service (USPS) from which to choose. Patterns include “Flag”, DOT*, and Full Gum Editor’s Choice.
  • Facestock Colors to suit any advertising campaign include inkjet and laser printable uncoated yellow and glossy white.
  • Linered MailNotes products are auto-applied off-line or in-line for most automated labeling equipment.
  • Linerless format available for high volume/high-speed application.

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U.S. Patent 8,163,365 B2

Why NAStar?

NAStar offers a wealth of problem-solving experience and knowledge to provide the best, most current innovations to industry-related questions while delivering continuous consistency and performance. INNOVATION is about problem solving through continuous new product development, custom engineered products, applications and technologies. PERFORMANCE is supplying pressure sensitive products that satisfy your end user needs and exceeding application requirements each and every time. With 7 different coating processes, we can engineer unique products to suit your individual needs and timing. We use only environmentally friendly water based emulsion adhesives of acrylic polymerization, rubber resin formulation, and dispersion technology. We offer adhesives from super-aggressive to ultra-removable and all variations in between.

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