Advertising with Promotional Pencils - Wholesale Prices
Pencils with your Company or Organization customized information are a long lasting and positive way to advertise. We also offer church and golf pencils, with or without custom imprinting. Give us a call (706-374-0710) for a FREE quote and to put our years of promotional and advertising experience to work for you.
|Quantity Promotional Pencils||1000||2,500||5,000||10,000|
|Quantity Golf/Church Pencil||1440||5001||15,001||50,001|
|Hexagon Golf or Church Pencil||.09||.085||.08||.07|
The personalized pencil is an inexpensive way to do promotional advertising.
Please note: Pencils (except Church and Golf pencils) do not ship sharpened. Please contact us for additional charge for pencil sharpening.
Promotional Pencils - Wholesale Prices
||Promotional Pencil - Thrifty, Item #AR23100
Seven inches long. Imprint area is 3/4"x4". Number 2 lead.
Available pencil colors are red, bright yellow, white, black, dark green or dark blue.
Refurbished Pencils, Item #AR20900Inexpensive Refurbished Pencils Seven inches long. Custom imprint area is 3/4"x4". Number 2 lead. These are seconds that have been repainted and retipped. The available colors are yellow, red, orange, dark blue, dark green, black.
An inexpensive personalized pencil for church or political gifts.
||Mood Personalized Pencil, Item #AR20550
The Heat of your hand changes the color of the pencil. Popular advertising item. Available colors are orange to bright yellow, dark blue to light blue, violet to bright pink, red to bright orange, bright green to bright yellow. Black imprint is recommended.
Round Pioneer Pencils, Item #AR20300
A one-color silk-screened custom imprint, up to 5 lines of copy. Imprint area for your personalized message is 3/4"x4-1/2". Number 2 lead.
The available colors are white, teal, cream, yellow, bright yellow, red, maroon, orange, light blue, dark blue,
purple, violet, light green, dark green, black, metallic silver, metallic gold, and brown.
Solo Pencils, Item #AR22100
Priced so low that you'll save big! Painted and assembled in the USA. All paint conforms to US standards for lead
content. Only available in quantities of 5000 or more at these low prices. Pencils are available in these colors:
white, cream, yellow, bright yellow, light green, orange, red, teal, violet, light blue, dark blue, dark green, brown,
purple, maroon, metallic silver, metallic gold and black.
Carpenter Pencils Soft, Medium and Hard Leads available. Imprinted on 1-side. Contact us for 2-sided imprints or for Red Lead.
- Personalized Pencils - Imprint your "Name" on selected patriotic and other colorful preprinted designs.
- Carpenter Pencils - Imprint with your company advertising on our Carpenter pencils.
- Patriotic Pencils - Promote love of our country with these pencils with Patriotic designs.
- Christian Pencils - Promote love of God with these beautiful Christian designs printed on pencils.
- School Pencils - Cool pencils for different grade levels.
- Jumbo Pencils - Larger pencils great for those little hands - and big hands too.
Promotional Pencils - So fun, so bright...so right for school, home, or office! Our colorful pencils make great gifts, especially when personalized.
The popular myth that NASA spent millions of dollars on developing a pen that would write in outer space, while the Russian Cosmonauts simply used pencils is not true, but it comes to an interesting assumption, that pencils are indispensable. Cheap pencils have been around since the dawn of time and although we have since had many breakthroughs in the pencil world (mainly mechanical pencils) we still turn to our age old friend, the cheap pencil. Custom personalized pencils are wonderful advertising tools because everyone needs one. They're small and very inexpensive and any business could benefit from using them to advertise their business name or logo. They are a common tradeshow, seminar or convention handout and for good reason. They have proven to stand the test of time and they will never grow old!
Modern promotional pencils are the descendants of ancient writing instruments.
In ancient Rome, scribes wrote on papyrus (an early form of paper) with a thin metal rod
called a stylus, which left a light but readable mark. Other early styluses were made of
lead. Today we still call the core of a pencil the "lead" even though it is made from nontoxic graphite.
Graphite came into widespread use following the discovery of a large graphite deposit in Borrowdale, England in 1564.
Graphite left a darker mark than lead, but was so soft and brittle that it required a holder. At first, sticks of
graphite were wrapped in string. Later, the graphite was inserted into wooden sticks that had been hollowed-out by
hand! The wood-cased pencil was born.
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Promotional Pencil Advertising, History Lesson 1789 : New Jersey ratifies the Bill of Rights
On this day in 1789, New Jersey ratifies the Bill of Rights, becoming the first state to do so. New Jersey's action was a first step toward making the first 10 amendments to the Constitution law and completing the revolutionary reforms begun by the Declaration of Independence. The Anti-Federalist critics of the U.S. Constitution were afraid that a too-strong federal government would become just another sort of the monarchical regime from which they had recently been freed. They believed that the Constitution gave too much power to the federal government by outlining its rights but failing to delineate the rights of the individuals living under it. Before the Massachusetts ratifying convention would accept the Constitution, then, which they finally did in February 1788, the document's Federalist supporters had to promise to create a Bill of Rights to be amended to the Constitution immediately upon the creation of a new government under the document. This helped to assuage the Anti-Federalists concerns.
This information was probably recorded by a promotional pen or pencil. As promised, the newly elected Congress drafted the Bill of Rights on December 25, 1789. Drafted by James Madison and loosely based on Virginia's Declaration of Rights, the first 10 amendments give the following rights to all United States citizens:
1. Freedom of religion, speech and assembly
2. Right to keep and bear arms for the purpose of a well-regulated militia
3. No forcible quartering of soldiers during peacetime
4. Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure
5. Right to a grand jury for capital crimes and due process. Protection from double jeopardy, self-incrimination and public confiscation of private property without "just compensation"
6. Right to "speedy and public" trial by jury and a competent defense
7. Right to trial by jury for monetary cases above $20
8. Protection against "excessive" bail or fines and "cruel and unusual" punishments
9. Rights not enumerated are "retained by the people"
10. Rights not given to the federal government or prohibited the state governments by the Constitution, "are reserved to the States... or to the people"
And he was there with the LORD forty days and forty nights; he did neither eat bread, nor drink water. And he wrote upon the tables the words of the covenant, the ten commandments.
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