NFHS and Bag Tags, Inc. Renew Corporate Partnership


NFHS and Bag Tags, Inc. Renew Corporate Partnership


Bag Tags, Inc., a corporate partner of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) since 2014, has agreed to a multi-year contract renewal. Bag Tags is a domestic manufacturer of custom event credentials, luggage tags, and a provider of custom lanyards for its customers throughout the USA.

Since its inception in 1998, Bag Tags has been a leader in the event credential business, working with thousands of events across the nation. Its customer list includes many state high school associations and universities, as well as USA Swimming, USA Water Polo, USA Baseball, US Youth Soccer and many other national governing bodies, clubs and organizations.

It is Bag Tags’ passion to help you keep organizers’ events secure, distinct and memorable with its fine products. Bag Tags is committed to providing great value to its customers through incorporating fine art and practical function at an affordable price point. A complete line of the products, services and company information can be found at

“The NFHS is thrilled to continue its longstanding partnership with Bag Tags,” said Dr. Karissa Niehoff, CEO of the NFHS. “For close to a decade, they’ve worked to address the needs of our committees, state associations, and affiliates by providing them with quality, personalized products that pave the way for a safe and memorable event.”

“We’re psyched to renew this relationship as stewards for the event credentials, custom luggage tags, and custom lanyards for the NFHS,” said Tom Doyle, Managing Director for Bag Tags. “We’re committed to servicing the NFHS and all its constituent organizations with the products that make their events more secure, distinct and memorable.”

As part of the partnership renewal, Bag Tags maintains its designation as an “Official Corporate Partner” and receives promotional advertising opportunities. Those opportunities include a print advertisement in each of the eight monthly editions of High School Today, a rotating banner advertisement on, and the ability to connect a 30-second promotional video to its rotating banner. Bag Tags will also have access to sponsorship via two annual emails distributed by the NFHS.

Also included in the agreement is the opportunity for promotion at NFHS conferences and meetings. Bag Tags may promote itself via print materials, a 30-second video, and in-person meetings at the NFHS Summer Meeting, NFHS Winter Meeting, and National Athletic Directors Conference (NADC).


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David Keech
Author: David Keech

David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]