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Pencil Stress Ball Item# SB658
as low as $1.24
Computer Stress Ball Item# SB475
as low as $1.24
Brain Stress Reliever Item# PL-0262
as low as $1.34

From pencil and computer shaped tension relievers to star shaped designs for “star students” school stress balls are great for advertising any business a part of the education industry or even those that are just trying to target students. Just as businesses may recruit employees, many learning institutions recruit students to enroll at their particular college or university. Similarly recruitment events like industry trade shows where recruiters use branded items, such as school stress balls, to gain attention of event attendees and encourage them to visit their booth. This can prove to be a great way to gain student interest and increase admissions. In today’s educational market, students have more choices than ever before. Your institution may offer all the courses and extracurricular activities a potential student is looking for, but so do many others out there. Set yourself apart today!

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