Customized Stickers Heading out on Tour with Music’s Biggest Names
Headquartered in Jersey City, N.J., Customized Stickers’ stickers and decals are headed to a major rock show near you. As the official sticker of the Backstage Artist Lounge (BAL), a unique organization that provides famous bands with sample products during major music festivals, Customized Stickers will be on the road and backstage with some of music’s biggest acts including Rise Against, Sick Puppies, Papa Roach, Panic at the Disco and Korn.
Artists and their management alike will find the company’s personalized stickers at a number of major music tours this summer including Buzzfest, Pointfest and Rockapalooza where past headliners have featured Alice In Chains, Godsmack, Stone Temple Pilots, Buckcherry, 30 Seconds to Mars, The Offspring, Staind, Seether, Jet, Deftones, Flyleaf and Limp Bizkit.
This is not the company’s first foray in the limelight. Customized Stickers’ parent company, Magnets.com, has partnered with BAL over the past two years, helping to garner additional name recognition, awareness and growth among the industry’s biggest names.
“BAL has proven to be a dedicated partner and promoter, providing us with direct access to today’s biggest bands, their management and diehard fans,” said Erwin Metius, president of Customized Stickers and Magnets.com. “We couldn’t be more excited to evolve our relationship to the next level, all in the name of growth.”
Christina Martin, founder of BAL, was thrilled to bring on Customized Stickers given the popularity of stickers and the company’s reputation for excellence. “Rock bands absolutely love stickers, but we need to do our due diligence to ensure only quality products and companies come on tour with us. With so much synergy between the two organizations we’re thrilled to welcome them onboard.”
“Whether we’re producing and manufacturing stickers for today’s biggest bands or a small nonprofit, we’re all about providing the highest quality product at the best price, and our 12,000+ customers can’t be wrong,” concluded Metius.