Write on Time
Writing instruments have played the role of trusty sidekick throughout our formative years. Without them, there wouldn't have been Pulitzer-worthy poetry in our notebooks, doodles on the rubber soles of our Chuck Taylor's or book reports to turn in during the pre-computer era.
Believe it or not, writing instruments are just as important in our adult lives. Here are some examples:
- Red ink is perfect for intimidating young writers.
- Post-it note reminders look nice plastered all over our monitors.
- Shading techniques have never looked so good (never mind the pile of work on our desks).
Show your clients this whole new world of opportunity with the writing instruments below.
Here at P+P, we're not the most athletic group of people, but we will admit to knowing how to surf. Though by surfing, we're referring to using the Surfboard Pen from AAkron Rule Corp. (It's all semantics.) The pen has a retractable ballpoint and is available in white. If users need lessons on pen surfing, just give us a call. For more information, visit www.aakronline.com.
For those of us who have pudgy fingers, a stylus is a gift from above. Thanks to the 2-in-1 Stylus from BIC Graphic, we are no longer texting incorrect (or sometimes silly) words. The 0.437x5.625" black ink pen/stylus combo comes in a metallic gray barrel with a matte black cap. For more information, visit www.norwoodbic.com.
Glide Through the Ozone
Though the Ozone Super Glide Pen from Gold Bond Inc. is not a form of oxygen produced by ultraviolet rays that pass through air, we do think it is just as awesome. The smooth gliding pen is available with a translucent or pearl barrel and has 10 color options. The pen's ballpoint is of the latest technology, offering a gliding and smooth writing experience. For more information, visit www.goldbondinc.com.