Promotional Printed Pencils Design On-line Facilty

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A new website is now available where promotional pencils can be designed on-line, by the web user, and ordered at competitive prices.

Good quality personalised pencils give businesses a unique, low cost opportunity to increase their brand awareness. Supplying branded and personalised pencils is an innovative and environmentally friendly way to keep an organisation's services in the mind of your clients.

Pencils have a low cost-per-unit, with a large branding space which allow businesses to get their message across. The print area is 60mm x 16mm which lets any promotional message boldly stand out. Wooden pencils are made from natural, biodegradable resources and now recycled pencils are also available manufactured from recycled plastics and packaging waste.

A new online pencil retailer now allows consumers to select their preferred pencil type, as well as colours and designs at very competitive prices. allows users to create on-line previews of a pencil type, colour and imprint message before an order is placed. Company logos can be reproduced on each pencil and users can submit digital artwork for a free virtual proof and quotation.

Pencils are generally lower in cost than promotional ball pens, often with larger branding areas wrapping around the smooth barrel. There are a wide range of colours to chose from and options to select the pencils to be with or without an eraser. Half length wooden pencils are also offered, ideal for distribution with note pads or on corporate golf days.

People raising funds like pencils to sell as souvenirs or as part of charitable appeals. They make great pocket money gifts for purchase at tourist attractions and retail outlets and are often regarded as collectable items by school children. is part of the Ad-Options group, based in Leyland, Lancashire UK. The company has over 25 years experience in the printed promotional products business and they are members of the Federation of Small Businesses.

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