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Industry Promotional Product, Hospitality, Dry Cleaners, Retailers, professional service Firms
Founded 2010
Headquarters Los Angeles, United States
Key people

Randall Kaplan,

Marc Tropeano

CollarCard is a credit card-sized collar stay holder, which fits into the user's wallet. The patent-pending CollarCard contains four "pop-out" collars stays.[1] CollarCard is made of the environmentally friendly plastic Teslin. The CollarCard eliminates the common experience of forgetting collar stays – something every man has experienced and no other product on the market solves. While conventional collar stays are easy to misplace, CollarCard fits in a man’s wallet and can be used as needed.[2] [3]


Collar stays are strips of plastic, rounded at one end and pointed at the other, they are inserted in small pockets under the shirt collars. They are typically used to add stiffness and a crisper look to a shirt collar. CollarCards can be used by businesses as a private label marketing tool to give to customers, clients, and employees. Personalized with a company's brand name and logo, it is a way to directly advertise to customers.[4] CollarCards are printed using a four-color process and can be customized for any company among a wide range of industries.

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