Blue ink promotional pens cause all kinds of shenanigans Welcome to your first lesson in pen ink etiquette. No, you're not in the wrong place! Don't run off — sit down and stay a while. We have coffee! And we have a lot to cover, starting with blue ink promotional pens.
I know, it's surprising that there's much to say at all about pen etiquette in general, or about blue ink promotional pens specifically. But you're in for a treat. You what? You need to be somewhere right now? Oh, pshaw. Nothing's more important than this. Barry, could you take our guest's phone so he can give us his undivided attention? Thanks so much.
Let me just grab my pen — a blue ink promotional pen, of course! Ha ha. Why aren't you laughing? Did you not attend my previous continuing education class, titled: "Hilarity: A Beginner's Guide?" No? Hm. We'll have to do that one again, maybe at the end of this session. Barry, could you lock the door so there are no interruptions? Thanks so much.
So, what we've learned after years of research and practice is that black ink is best for business uses, red for correcting errors, and green for stocktaking. And blue? A blue ink promotional pen like this one — I picked it up at the trade show I crashed last weekend; I'm a sucker for swag — is best for social correspondence.
No, no, we're not done yet. Please sit back down. What you need to know is that not just any blue ink promotional pen will do. No sir. You need to think about your particular needs. Maybe you want a pen that twists? Or maybe one that clicks? A ballpoint? Or a custom pen with a comfortable grip? Or a blue ink promotional pen with a clip so that you can easily pull it from your shirt pocket when it's time to write a thank-you note to your continuing education teacher? Ha ha. Again, you should be laughing. This is troubling.
Oh, you know all of this already? Oh, really? Well aren't you so smart. Why don't you give me some continuing education, hm? I'm listening.
OK, so let me get this straight: The best place to go for blue ink promotional pens is Pinnacle Promotions, which can print your logo or company name on any kind of blue ink promotional pen your heart might desire. They're the perfect trade show giveaway, and since pens are believed to change hands eight times in their lifetimes, these blue ink promotional pens will give your brand an incredible amount of exposure. Clients love them, employees carry them everywhere — they're a cost-effective and efficient way to market your company.
Well, well. You move to the top of the class! Congratulations. Now, on to the next lesson: How best to write a script capital Z. This one dumbfounds a lot of people, and you’ll need to know it, since my last name starts with Z. Hey, where are you going?