I am not entirely sure where, when, or why Autumn’s hard hat was in need of a name tag, or why the name tag still remains on its backing. However, the cat looks quite happy so it must not have been a tragic reason.
Christopher Mitchell, born in 1999, just had his 18th birthday (which was on a Tuesday this year). Hope you did something fun Christopher! I assume you’re a freshmen… so I hope you made some new friends to celebrate with. Unfortunately you left your Hokie Passport outside of the Christiansburg Wal-mart. I have tried contacting you every way I can think of to get this back to you so you don’t have to pay that dastardly fee to get it replaced. I think I’ll give you a couple more days to respond before I take it over to the office that will inevitably charge you for a new one anyway.
Fantoga is apparently a screen printing company in Blacksburg, VA. “Custom apparel and print services for Blacksburg and beyond.” $3.99 seems pretty cheap for a t-shirt, but given their bulk prices on their website looks like that could be what this tag was from. I doubt a tag of this type and size would have been attached to a button, magnet, postcard, poster, or sticker. I think I found this in the Main Street Kroger parking lot. And it’s football season, so not shocking.
Hope someone didn’t need that phone number…