Press releases > PENSRUS Pens National Small Business Week Sale
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - May 10, 2012) - PENSRUS, a world leader in the advertising industry, providing a wide assortment of personalized and promotional products including business pens, pencils, marketing tools, sticky notes, mouse pads, and more, has extended their line of marketing pens in celebration of National Small Business Week which is held annually May 20-May 26.
PENSRUS is also honoring the estimated 27.2 million small businesses in America by offering competitively low prices on business pens, advertising pens, marketing pens, and more.
"Small businesses are huge contributors to the strength of our economy and should be recognized for the new jobs they create each year," comments PENSRUS CEO Henry Morgan. "Small businesses drive innovation and should be recognized and celebrated not just this week, but all year round."
As more than half of Americans either own or work for small businesses, everyone should take advantage of the special savings PENSRUS is enacting on many of their promotional products. Entrepreneurs can enjoy ultimate savings on the Bic Round Stic marketing pen, which is one of the most popular marketing tools on the site. Available in a multitude of pen colors, ink colors imprinting options and more, small business owners can order these custom pens in bulk for as low as $0.24 a unit.
Another business pen, which all small businesses can afford to implement into their marketing strategy, is the Paper Mate Write Bros imprinted pen from Sanford. This stick pen is high quality, can be imprinted to bear a brand's logo and message, and the tungsten carbide ball ensures a smooth write each and every time. Priced as low as $0.25 a unit, the Paper Mate Write Bros advertising pen is the ultimate advertising tool for a company on a restricted budget.
As part of National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration and PENSRUS recognize the great impact that entrepreneurs and small business owners have made in our economy. Increasing competitiveness and creating jobs are just a few of the reasons why small businesses should be celebrated.