Write on! with custom notebooks and trade show notepadsHarriet M. Welsch was never seen without her custom notebook. ItÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s where the 11-year-old amateur journalist wrote down astute observations about her friends and neighbors on the Upper East Side of New York City. That custom notepad was her companion, her secret-keeper, and never far from her side ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â‚¬Â until she misplaced it, and her friends found it, along with all the mean things she'd written about them.
A lot of us loved that book, "Harriet the Spy," but perhaps forgot what a key role her custom notebook played in the story. And even though today's amateur investigators, large and small, tend to favor pads of an electronic kind, there's still a place in the world for personalized notebooks. And you can capitalize on that by printing the name and logo of your company on personalized notepads from Pinnacle Promotions, and spread the word about your business while building brand recognition.
Personalized notebooks and custom notepads are some of the most popular items to give away at trade shows, conventions, conferences, and other events. Custom notebooks are perfect for jotting down notes, while personalized notepads are ideal for keeping up with daily reminders and schedules. Custom printing your logo onto a promotional notebook or notepad is an efficient and affordable way of promoting your brand.
We have custom spiral notebooks, and custom notepads that come with a pen or a stylus. We have personalized notebooks with special details, like a neon stripe across a corner or pockets for business cards and documents. Some of our personalized notebooks are made of scuba material. We even have custom notebooks that are bound, and work beautifully as custom bullet journals or places to keep secrets about your co-workers (and you're right: Dolores is the one who keeps reheating fish in the microwave. It's gotta be her. Also: Ew.).
If you haven't read "Harriet the Spy," we'll share this spoiler: There's a happy ending. Harriet becomes editor of the class newspaper and uses it to apologize to the friends she wronged. They forgive her. But that doesn't mean she's entirely changed her ways. In the sequel, she again uses her custom notebook to investigate and keep tabs on the people around her. That book, "The Long Secret," didn't go over quite as well as the first in author Louise Fitzhugh's series. Probably because she didn't include a custom notebook from Pinnacle Promotions. Don't make the same mistake.