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Pens and Paper

Given the number of times we reach for a pen, it makes a whole lot of sense to brand it with your company logo. Pens are an effective and inexpensive way to maximize brand exposure. They can be given to your staff as a show of appreciation, or as a gift to recognize a supplier, or as a thank you to a loyal customer.

There are some really stunning writing instruments to choose from, and you don't have to break the budget. It's the thought that counts, and a nice pen is one of many cost effective ways to mark any occasion. As an added bonus, it will place your brand front-and-centre, where it belongs.

*BXP Impact Fact

Writing instruments account for approximately 11 percent (over 2 billion dollars) of promotional product purchases in North America.

*Source, Promotional Products Association International (PPAI).

 More great choices here

Bic Pens, Journals, and more

Need a Day-Timer?

Here are a few nice executive pens

Writing Pads and Portfolios

  • Ancient Indians were the first to use the pen.
  • According to ancient text the earliest of pens made in India used bird feathers, bamboo sticks, etc.
  • The quill pen was used in Qumran, Judea to write some of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and then introduced into Europe by around 700 AD. It was also used in 1787 to write and sign the Constitution of the United States of America.
  • The earliest historical record of a reservoir fountain pen dates back to the 10th century.
  • The first patent on a ballpoint pen was issued on October 30 1888, to John J Loud.
  • Rollerball pens were introduced in the early 1980s. They make use of a mobile ball and liquid ink to produce a smoother line. Technological advances achieved during the late 1980s and early 1990s have improved the roller ball's overall performance.
  • A high quality drafting pen will usually have a ceramic tip, since this wears well and does not broaden when pressure is applied while writing.