• Why Should I Order My Custom Lapel Pins or Challenge Coins from Fratline?


    1.) No Die Charge

    2.) FREE Design Help

    3.) FREE Art Set-Up

    4.) Up to FIVE Colors Included

    5.) No Color Match Charges

    6.) Highest Quality Craftsmanship

    7.) Low Minimum Quantities

    8.) FAST, Reliable Service

    9.) Ordering Your Custom Pin is EASY!

    10.) Over Three Decades of EXPERIENCE

    11.) DEDICATION to serving only fraternal organizations, clubs and associations.

    12.) We have the most complete library of fraternal emblems and logos available.

    13.) No Hidden Charges

    14.) 100% Total Satisfaction Guarantee

    Contact us today via email or toll free at 1-877-459-1440 to begin your Custom Lapel Pin or Challenge Coin project.

  • How do I Start the Process of Ordering a Custom Lapel Pin, Challenge Coin, Jewel or Embroidered Patch?

    In general, the process starts with an email or phone call. We need to know the following:

    1. What is the intended purpose of your custom item? Presiding Officer Commemoration, Goodwill, Recognition, Anniversary Celebration, Fundraising, etc.
    2. What do YOU have in mind for the intended product design? Theme, organization name, number, location, imagery, etc.
    3. What is your timeline?
    4. What quantity will you need?
    5. What is your budget, if any?
    6. Do you require any type of special packaging for the finished product?

    With these things in mind, Fratline will develop a complimentary (FREE) design for your consideration. Once the design is approved, we can accurately quote the project for you.

  • I will be Camaxtli of my Teocalli soon. What does Fratline offer?

    Since 1991, Fratline has been developing identity and recognition programs for Camaxtlis and Teocallis throughout North America. These programs usually consist of custom Lapel Pins, Bolo Ties, Challenge Coins, name badges, plastic drinkware, napkins, can coolers, glassware for special events and much more. Contact Fratline today to get started on your customized Program built around you, your Teocalli and theme for the year. Our company President, Shawn Warren, is a Past Camaxtli of Caballos Rapido Teocalli #20 in Louisville, Kentucky and certainly has a keen awareness of what you may need to have a successful term as Camaxtli.

  • Is the Owner of Fratline a Member of Fraternal Orders?

    B. Shawn Warren, President & CEO of Fratline

    Shawn Warren is a native of Louisville, Kentucky. He received the Degrees of Freemasonry in Plumb Lodge No. 862, F & AM, being raised to the Sublime Degree of Master Mason in July of 1991. He is a Past Master of St. Matthews Lodge No. 906 and St. George Lodge No. 239. He served as Secretary of St. Matthews Lodge from 1994-1999. Shawn has served on various Committees of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, F & AM.

    York Rite of Freemasonry: He was exalted in King Solomon Chapter No. 5, Royal Arch Masons, greeted in Louisville Council No. 4, Royal & Select Masters and Knighted in Louisville-DeMolay Commandery No. 12, Knights Templar all in 1994. Bro. Warren is a life member of all bodies.

    Scottish Rite of Freemasonry: Member of The Valley of Louisville (Southern Jurisdiction, A.A.S.R.), having received the degrees in 1991. Bro. Warren received the rank and decoration of Knight Commander Court of Honour in 2009. He has served as Chairman of the Robing Room since 2001.

    Mystic Shrine: Bro. Warren was created a Noble of Kosair Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S. In 1992 and served as Illustrious Potentate in 2014. He served as Recorder and business manager from 2016-2018. Shawn is a Past President of the Southeastern Shrine Association, 2019-2021.  He is a Past Camaxtli and O.K.E.T. in Caballos Rapido Teocalli #20 and currently serves as Tlacuilo.

    Bro. Warren is a member of several allied orders and appendant bodies of Freemasonry, including the Order of Eastern Star, Amaranth, Royal Order of Scotland and was a longtime advisor in the Order of DeMolay. He is a Past Chancellor Commander of Jefferson Lodge No. 280, Knights of Pythias and served as Vice Grand of Chosen Friends Lodge No. 2, I.O.O.F.