Our Church Writing Instruments are customized for your specific ministry, event or need. Customized with your church logo, Pens and Pencils are a great gift for your guests and also make for great giveaways and church swag at events too. It’s hard to ask someone to fill out a connect card without giving them something to write with, so we have a wide variety of styles, colors and sizes to choose from. They can also be included in a gift bag as an incentive for your visitors to fill out the connect card in their welcome packet. You will get the information you need to follow up after their visit and they will get a great gift that will keep your church name in front of them! Even in our digital age, everyone still uses some form of writing instrument on a daily basis. People keep ink pens on average for 6 months after receiving them, so they are a great way to keep your logo and branding in front of people long after their visit.
If you don’t see what you’re looking for, call us at 866-654-6127. We have more options and ideas for customizing pens and pencils that we would love to talk to you about.
Writing Instruments Include:
- A variety of materials, including plastic, metal and bamboo/recycled
- Various styles, colors, and imprint sizes to fit every need
- A great guest gift and a necessary tool for filling out a Connect Card
- A great way to keep your logo and branding in front of people long after their visit
- Customizable with your church logo, event name or contact information
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