Mcloone

75 Sumner Street
La Crosse, WI 54602

About Mcloone

Based in La Crosse, WI, Mcloone (aka Mcloone Metal Graphics) is a manufacturer of decals, nameplates, and pressure sensitive labels. Founded in 1954 by James E. Mcloone, we are now recognized as one of the world’s leading providers of high-quality identification graphics. Specialties include metal labels and nameplates, vinyl decals, self-adhesive vinyl labels, doming, asset tags, metal signs, and polycarbonate/Lexan identification graphics. Materials available for your identification labels include aluminum, stainless steel, brass, vinyls, foils, polycarbonates, polystyrenes, polyesters, and many more. Specialty products include metal business cards and metal invitations. All this and great customer service means that Mcloone is there when customers need us the most. Artwork services, in-house tooling, fast turn-around time, and a dedicated staff all result in a stress-free customer experience. With Mcloone’s guidance, customer’s nameplates, labels, decals, overlays, signs, and all other identification products arrive as designed and on time. That’s peace of mind. That’s Mcloone.

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