Our philosophy on our player label kit is simple: Go Deep. Go deep on those depth charts and as far into this year’s NFL draft’s rookie class as possible - even at the expense of including more label sheets. Yes, we include a free commissioner’s marker and a blank label sheet just in case, but we take pride in that blank label sheet being barely used – and the satisfaction for our customers when they see that we actually have “Jalen Parmalee” ready to be peeled right off.
Just as a frame of reference, we have 110 WR’s in our kit. That’s sufficient for covering the top 3 wide receivers on every NFL team, and in some cases the top 4. Can you name the 3rd wide receiver for the St. Louis Rams? We can. And maybe even the 4th.
In the end, when it comes to choosing your fantasy football draft board and player label kit, we know that you have a choice. To add as much value to our draft kit as possible, we operate a same-day shipping fulfillment center. So as our customer, if you place your order by 3 PM Eastern Time (Monday - Friday) – you should expect your order to go out that day. We take pride in being able to get you your order quicker than anybody else.
Typically, our regular free shipping service delivers your draft kit in 3-4 days. But make no mistake about it – if your draft night is in less than 4 days, you are rolling the dice a little. And if there is anything less worth rolling the dice on, its draft night with no draft board and player label kit. It hurts to even think about! So if you cut it a little close with your order’s proximity to draft night, don’t be surprised if you get a little courtesy call from our customer service. Dare we say - your draft night is our draft night?
Our 2 day and Overnight Express Services are guaranteed, if placed Monday-Friday by 11 AM. And nothing helps the commissioner sleep a little better at night than being 100% certain that the league’s kit is going to be there. So before rolling that dice, we strongly urge you to consider using an express shipping options for peace of mind that leaves nothing to chance when it comes to the delivery of your draft kit.
Ahhhhh, yes. To fold or to roll – that is the question. There is an easy answer: Rolling a draft board creates size limitations, and we are not willing to concede the critical aspect of sheer size to roll our boards. The very purpose of a fantasy football draft board is to represent NFL player labels that have to be identified by a group of people that are 10-20 feet away. In this scenario, bigger is truly better – it is as simple as that. Moreover – as beautiful and necessary as the draft board is in all her 80-pound stock glory – it is a disposable item. At the end of the night, it is taken down and used as the reference for the entry of the league’s team rosters. And while the draft boards do seem to linger around in offices, playrooms and garages long after they have served their purpose at draft night, ultimately they are thrown away.
Finally, our experience with rolled boards has been that they do not 'travel' well. In transit, rolled boards become frayed at both ends and are more susceptible to transit damage.
In the end, our draft boards serve a purpose, and we are far more interested in serving the purpose of providing the critical aspect of size through a disposable, yet necessary item of your league’s draft night. We’d rather see you pay Chuck for his torrid playoff run, than pay the extra $10 for a smaller, rolled board.
Don’t pay more for a smaller board.
Yes. We do get asked this. Please excuse the fancy terminology as it is just the result of our 10+ years of experience in the paper and printing industry. So, to us - it means something – and as a potential customer of a fantasy football draft board, it should to you too. “80 pound stock” in the printing industry represents a high-quality, heavy grade of paper that is typically associated with industrial uses. In fact, it isn’t even called ‘paper’ in the industry – it’s called “stock”. This ain’t no regular paper!
In our search for the best draft board product possible and in dealing with some of the biggest, most resourceful paper manufacturers in the world, 80-pound stock was unanimously chosen as the way to go. It is pliable, yet plenty sturdy enough to endure a fair amount of ‘abuse’ at draft night. This is important.
By far, the most commented-on, and appreciated aspect of our fantasy football NFL Player label kit is our attention to the detail of the bye week. This is a critical piece of information and something that is widely over-looked. We all pretty much know that Tony Romo plays for the Dallas Cowboys and that he is a quarterback (yellow sheet), we don’t need much help with that – but when is bye week? Having Matt Stafford and Tony as my quarterbacks certainly sounds good but….oops. Week 5 is going to hurt.
Aside from the player name itself, nothing is more important and purposeful than the display of the bye week number.
If you are not satisfied 100% with your purchase, upon receiving your item back at our office, we will refund your purchase price, less any applicable shipping fees. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it.
Nope. From day one – our goal has been to offer a full scale fantasy football draft board and player label kit for reasonable cost while making no concessions for quality. Order simplicity and cost is the name of our game. Though sometimes this gets difficult with rising materials costs and our desire to add more features to our kit, we are committed to sustaining this goal that we set out from the beginning. If that means more late nights, more pencil-sharpening from our vendors or hand-delivering a kit to a local customer – that’s what we shall do.