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Personalized Pencils with Custom Logo
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Why choose customized pencils for advertising your brand?

Pencils, just like ball pens, is a tool that still thrives in a world now ruled by technological advancements. In the early school years, pencils are quite useful to children in doing their homework and writing tasks. Pencils are used when learning to write the letters of the alphabet or when starting to draw. But they are not only useful for school children but also for office workers. Accountants will use a pencil to make initial computations. Architects will rely on this writing tool to make blueprints of houses or buildings that he is constructing. In short, personalized pencils are handy tools that will be used on a daily basis.

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The history of pencils date back to the ancient Roman civilizations. They painted fine outlines and wrote on papyrus made from reeds using a tiny brush that they called penicillus or little tail. Likewise, the ancient Egyptians and Greeks used a small lead disc for ruling guide lines on the papyrus as well as to keep the lettering even. In 1795, a man named Nicholas-Jacques Conte of France discovered the process of mixing graphite with clay. The mixture was then placed in a kiln fire, that was responsible for the superior writing material. This mixture of graphite and clay is still used in today's pencils.

Custom pencils make a great giveaway item to potential customers. They will be used in both the school and office thus giving you a wide customer reach. You can capitalize on the imprint area to add your corporate logo or company name. This will make your brand visible to the recipient. As a promotional product, customized pencils are effective in building up your brand. Whenever the customer uses it to draw or make computations, your logo will be seen and remembered. As a promo item, these printed pencils is more affordable than newspaper or television advertisements.

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Using promotional pencils as your advertising material is a wise investment. These giveaway pencils only require a small capital but you can look forward to getting huge returns and considerable savings that you can allocate to other important aspects of your business. Grab the attention of your customers on your next tradeshow with pencils with logo. Call our toll free number at 877-272-6337 to order pencils in bulk and make a difference in the industry. After all, promoting your brand need not be stressful on your part. This way, you can give yourself some peace of mind on your upcoming campaign with these personalized pencils.

Personalized Pencils

School children and even employees will find personalized pencils attractive and appealing to them. Pre-school and even elementary school kids are just starting to learn how to write or draw and as such are bound to make mistakes. With pencils, they can easily correct their mistakes and do it all over again. These items are the first thing a child holds in school. They use pencils when learning to write the letters of the alphabet. Even with the technological advancements coming in, pencils would still prove to be indispensable.

During the child's formative years, pencils can aid the child in learning basic skills such as writing or drawing. Other kids would even go to the extent of coloring their drawing. A pencil can be quite helpful in bringing out the Pencils leave a mark through physical abrasion which leaves behind a trail of solid core material that adheres to a sheet of paper or other surface. Pens, on the other hand, disperse a trail of liquid or gel that stains the light color of the paper.Pencil cores are made of graphite mixed with a clay binder leaving grey or black marks which are easily erasable. Graphite pencils are used for both writing and drawing.

Pencil Hardness Scales

When using pencils for either drawing or writing, perhaps you might have noticed letters and numbers on the back of your pencils. So what do these symbols means? They refer to the level of hardness or softness of the graphite. Depending on the location, these letters may vary from one manufacturer to another. In the United States and in European countries, the standard is H while B means a softer pencil. HB, on the other handd, means the graphite is in the middle of hard and soft.

Most pencils that you buy for school or writing are usually an HB grade hardness. These types of pencils have leads that quickly sharpen and wears evenly. Aside from that, they are difficult to break. The color of the lead is usually silvery gray.

The H pencil is a little bit harder than an HB pencil. When pressure is applied on these kinds of pencils, the line of the H pencil is usually lighter than the HB pencil. Being a harder variety, H pencils do not have the ability to lay down as much lead as a softer pencil.There are different levels of the H pencil. Some even have an 8H pencil which means that the lines are very light and wears at a very slow pace.

The B pencil is softer than an HB pencil. This mewans that they create smooth lines and with less pressure. These types of pencils are darker than the HB pencil. These pencils are great for shading. Pencils can go up to an 8B or 9B in softness.

For artists, softer pencils are usually preferred because they can get darker dark areas when drawing. For writing, the B pencil can ensure longer writing sessions due to smoother graphite and less pressure.

Common Uses of Pencils?

One of the most common uses of pencils is in the education setting. Pencils are used on a daily basis in schools to help children learn how to write. Pencils are used for mastering first the letters of the alphabet, then words, and eventually sentences and paragraphs.

In the corporate setting, personalized pencils will also prove useful in a lot of ways. An executive secretary will often use pencils to jot down reminders of their boss or the minutes of a board meeting. An inventory clerk will find pencils useful in monitoring the remaining stock in the company warehouse. Artists will use pencils for initially drawing their next masterpiece.

Nowadays, personalized pencils are being used as an advertising medium. These items will be used by potential customers on a daiy basis. They are excellent as a giveaway item to current as well as potential customers. If you are organizing a back-to-school event or fundraising, you can easily beef it up with custom pencils.

Whatever your marketing goals are, beef them up with promotional pencils. With these items being used on a daiy basis, you can look forward to getting continuous exposure for your brand.

Why buy personalized pencils?

We all know that pencils are a convenient writing tool. Likewise, we acknowledge that they can also be a creative writer's tool. But aside from that, what are the other reasons for considering buying personalized pencils?

1. Pencils come in different styles and designs. With personalized pencils, you have an option to choose from a wide variety of deisgns and styles. Whether it's wooden, colored, or mechanical, the freedom to choose is yours.

2. Personalized pencils are handy and convenient. Pencils can be easily carried around anywhere. They can fit in any container such as a bag, purse, or even in your pocket.

3. They are excellent branding tools. As a promotional medium, pencils are small but terrible. They can be effective in carrying and promoting your brand name. You can capitalize on their wide imprint area for adding your corporate logo or slogan.

4. They are sturdy and durable. Personalized pencils are made from durable materials and are designed to last for a long time. This means that you can count on them promoting your business for a long time to come.

5. They are economical. Unlike the traditional mediums of advertising, personalized pencils will not cost you a lot. Even with a minimal budget, you can set out in promoting your business to your target customers. They are affordable that you can consider buying them in bulk. This way, you would not have to worry about what to give out to customers on your next event.

6. At Branders, we offer you a wide selection of personalized pencils that will surely help you reach out to potential customers. Our pencils have the lowest price in the industry. Just get in touch with our account managers and they can provide you with the best advice on the right custom pencil for your advertising needs.

The competition in the industry is tougher than before. For this reason, you need to step up with your advertising game and find an effective advertising medium. Personalized pencils will be appealing and highly appreciated. By giving customers something they can use, they will have a high regard for your company. Don't let the competition leave you behind. Make your move now. Call our toll free number at 877-272-6337 and take your brand to the next level. This way, you can give yourself some peace of mind when promoting your business.

Where Did Personalized Pencils Come From?

Personalized pencils trace their history before 1565 when deposits of graphite were discovered near Grey Knotts of Seathewaite in Cumbria, England. Being traditional farmers, the locals realized that it was very useful for making sheep. These graphite deposits were extremely pure and solid and can be easily sawn into sticks.

It is worth noting that these deposits were traditionally cut into squares as late as 1860 although the reason for this shape has long disappeared. Initially, these were called plumbago or that which acts like lead. The pure graphite found in the Borrowdale mines of Cumbria was the only such deposit ever found.

Less pure deposits of graphite were discovered in many parts of the world but they had to be crushed and the impurities removed. Several experiments were conducted to find a satisfactory binder to transform the powdered ore into usable sticks. It was the Germans who first found a solution. BY the 17th century, they used a mixture of graphite, sulphur, and antimony. The mixing process remained a trade secret but the German white lead sticks became competitive with the English pencils.

In 1779, K>W. Scheele made a chemical evaluation of plumbago and found it to be a form of carbon instead of lead. Ten years later, A.G. Werner suggested the name graphite which means "to write" in Greek. It was not until 1795 that the basis for the present process was discovered. With France cut off from both English and German sources of pencils, Nicholas Jacques Contj, came up with a satsifactory substitute. He mixed powdered graphite with clay and fired the mixture like china in a kiln. With this method, he was able to grade the sticks from hard to soft using various proportions of graphite to clay. At the end of the war, the new process spread abroad and was adopted by most pencil manufacturers.

Few pencils were manufactured in early America but the period of the Civil War through the turn of the century saw the establishment of the country's pencil industry to international importance. In 1856, Alfred Berol founded the Eagle Pencil Company and pioneered the invention and perfection of the many kinds of pencils being used today. IN 1971, Eagle acquired Venus Pencil Co and the new company was called Berol Ltd.

Today, pencils have given people from different parts of the world an ever improving writing tool.


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