You Can’t Afford Not to Write with this Pen!

Identity theft and fraud have become rampant due to the common practice of  chemical washing checks and prescriptions.  Unscrupulous people steal your checks from your mailbox, or they make-up symptoms to get doctors to write prescriptions, then these checks or prescriptions are chemically washed and re-written so the thief can illegally obtain money or prescription fraud.

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Uni-ball 207 Gel Pen:

The ink in this pen cannot be washed off by chemicals, or removed because it’s pigments permanently embed themselves into the fiber of the paper. The ink is also fade and water resistant, and the improved uni-glide formulation writes extremely smoothly, cleanly, and is refillable.  It’s available in a classy chrome metallic, or in a fashionable variety of colors.  It is the perfect promotional gift for medical or health facilities to give to doctors.  It also would be perfect for anyone writing checks, or anything that could be a target for fraud or identity theft.

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How to Have Items Promote Themselves

This fall, promote with these unique pens. The unique form grabs attention for your logo to help it promote itself.  The InkBend Xtra is an extra large ball point pen bent into one of the hundreds of available shapes. They are available in a variety of opaque and transparent colors and can include a custom barrel imprint and multi-color printed top. Many are also available with a billboard insert.  Perfect for giveaways at conventions, trade shows, for Halloween and back to school.  Those events are ideal for mass distribution of your promotional product.  People will take notice, ask where they came from and seek you out.  This self promoting item will pique peoples interest and increase your brand awarness.

Top Products for 2005: Promotional Apparel at #1

As noted in relation to my previous posting here on the popularity of golf apparel, I just read an article on the ASI website, “Apparel on top” by Shane Dale, stating that apparel was the top product in 2005 for promotional products. “For the sixth year in a row, wearables are the number one product category sold by promotional product distributors. In fact, of all the products ordered by clients, 73% of distributors say that shirts were one of the top three items bought last year.”

Down the list according to distributors goes… writing instruments at 44%, desk and office accessories at 28%, and fourth place were glassware/mugs at 21.8%. A couple things mentioned that contributed to apparel’s success were; drop in price of T-Shirt manufacturing, good exposure for advertising, and a good return on investment.