1991 - Volume #15, Issue #6, Page #26[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Stop Stickers Warn Kids of Danger
Teri Moldenhauer of Osseo came up with the 8 stickers, each of which illustrates a particular farm equipment danger. "Most warning stickers on equipment have either worn off or they have warning messages that kids can't read. These large 4 by 6-in. stickers let them know at a glance what the danger is," she says, noting that the stickers are made out of high quality material.
Her stickers simply say "Danger" on top and "Stop" at the bottom with an illustration between. She made rough sketches for the stickers and took them to her brother-in-law, who runs a graphic arts business. He refined the designs and then printed the stickers in red, white and black.
"I can't believe the overwhelming response we've had to this idea," Moldenhauer told FARM SHOW. "I was raised as a city kid so my paranoia came from my unfamiliarity with all the large equipment. I was surprised there wasn't something like this already available. If we can help pre-vent one accident, it will be worth it."
Moldenhauer sells the stickers individually or in sets for $1 apiece or less, depending on quantity.
For more information, contact FARM SHOW Followup, May Graphics, 533 N. Broadway, Menomonie, Wis. 54751 (ph 715 235-3313 or 962-4397).
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