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Check it out… You can get Sharpie markers in a variety of different colors with your own personalized message on them!
I think this is a cool business move, especially if you’re working in a field where things are frequently autographed, or organized, or otherwise written upon with permanent markers.
Even if you don’t work in a field where you use permanent markers a lot, there are dozens of times when only permanent markers will do for us Average Joe’s as well.
Here are some ideas & reasons you might want to splurge on a couple of personalized Sharpie pens… (besides the fact that IT’S FUN!!!)
First, you’re probably wondering just how much these personalized markers from Sharpie cost.
- $11.99 for 6 fine-point Sharpies
- $21.99 for 12 Sharpies
- and the prices go up from there
I don’t think that’s too crazy expensive on something that’s just for fun. And if they’re a business write-off, then by all means these personalized Sharpies are a must-have!
Fun Uses For Personalized Sharpies
Writing on labels when you’re packing for a move
Addressing boxes and envelopes prior to mailing (especially, if you ship a lot via eBay)
Labeling items you’re storing and organizing throughout the house
Taking to concerts and shows where you might be obtaining autographs
Giving them as gifts to others — with a saying or phrase that the person would appreciate (give ’em all to the same person, or split them up and give one to 6 different people)
Using them anywhere else that you might want to remind yourself of a fun quote or or message, while you’re writing
As well as times you would be thrilled if others read the message on your personalized Sharpies
Experiment with different messages on your own personalized Sharpies now!
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