Like most Americans, you probably have too much stuff! In fact, if you look around I bet you could easily find ten things right off the bat that you could get rid of. If you did that everyday think of how uncluttered your life would be. I spent much of last weekend cleaning out my mother-in-law’s place to move her. Boy, people sure can accumulate a lot of stuff! That gave me the incentive to look around my office. When I opened my pencil drawer I was not happy:
It’s no secret that people near and far love Pentel products and we want everyone to know why they love us. We rounded up a group of product enthusiasts to talk to you about Pentel products. We even took it a step further to give this elite group of fans their very own name. The Pentel marketing team talked…brainstormed…exchanged suggestions…and that’s how the name of the group was born: The Pentel PEN-fessionals.
After a brutal winter for much of the country, spring is finally in the air. In Southern California, where the Pentel of America corporate offices are located, orange blossoms are in bloom. I love the smell of orange blossoms. They are stronger at night, and perfume the air with a rich sweetness that signals the advent of spring. Obviously, spring is a time for new beginnings, and at Pentel of America, we are taking advantage of this time of year to start something new. We are pleased to announce the creation of the Pentel PEN-fessionals group- a savvy conglomerate of pen addicts that are reviewing certain Pentel products and giving us their feedback.
We have a green world today and not just because it’s St. Patrick’s Day. It’s green because we’re pitching in to help the world stay green. Recycling is one way to help the environment. In fact by using a recycled product you’re helping two ways – one because you’re using something that was used before and two because the product won’t end up in a landfill. Buying recycled products advances the cyclical nature of recycling. After all, recycling is a loop. Just look at the logo...
Did you know that a day in January, on John Hancock’s birthday, is known as National Handwriting Day? Of course, John Hancock is well known for his famous signature on the Declaration of Independence. This year, we asked you to write (in handwriting!) “How Do You Declare Your Independence”? The prize was a day of independence for you, highlighting you on our website, Twitter page and Facebook fan page.