Interfaith Window Decals Promote a Positive Social Norm of Inclusion
A few weeks ago I wrote about the value of creating a “social norm” that encouraged people to lean towards unity and inclusion. One of the tools I suggested was our popular “No Room in My Heart for Prejudice” window decals.
So many people took me up on the idea of buying them in bulk and giving them out to friends that I decided to do the same thing with my Interfaith Window Decals. This design has attracted many people to the idea of interfaith fellowship.
The only problem was that I was running out and needed to reprint.
Two Different Kinds of Decal/Stickers
When I reprinted them, there was some confusion at the plant. As a result, I ended up with two different kinds of decals: one that sticks to the outside of a window (or anything else) and one that goes on the inside facing out using static electricity.
The advantage of the first is that it sticks (permanently) on any smooth surface, including windows, laptops, notebooks and tablets. It also looks brighter on a tinted window
The advantage of the second is that there is no glue, so you can remove or reposition it without leaving glue on your car window. Also, it can’t be stolen. Click the link to read more about the differences and application techniques.
To encourage you to give them out to friends, the 50-pack of both are on sale this week for only 50¢ per sticker. That is an insanely low price for a full-color 5″ vinyl sticker, but I really want people to spread the sentiment around as much as possible.
The No Room window decals are also still available at a give-way price.
In addition to the new Window Decal, we also have T-shirts, stickers, buttons, lapel pins, and several dozen other products with the interfaith theme. Click here to see them all.