Aren't business sick of promotional pens yet?
By Masoud Charmchi
I sure hope not. I sending these out with my delivery men as a little token gift when the client pays in full on delivery. For cents on the dollar of what I'd have paid elsewhere I have a good pen that seems strong when I checked.
By Jowita Gomulka
I ordered shipping by sea, but did not realize that I needed to pick up at the port or arrange further delivery. Anyway I didnâ€™t mind to pick up my order because it was totally worth it!
By ArnbjÃ¸rg Ragnhild Omdahl
Once the logo comes out clear that's all I usually care about. In this case though I was especially pleased. Good delivery terms, and damn good pens that are heavy like I hoped they would be.
By Sahar Sherazi
I hate pens that shatter when they are bitten or drop. I found no durability issues with the Twist Value, and I'm confident I will get my money back in residual marketing value as this business claims, very soon
A quality promotional item such as Twist Value Advertising Pen with its ability to be used as writing and boasting features like click to retract and ballpoint pens, pens are a dime a dozen, just labelling a one way ticket, create a pen that will stand out, remain useful day in and day out, great way to differentiate lets your customers know that your company sets quality as a priority.