If you’re already planning to purchase promotional pens for your business, why not raise the bar by opting for multi-function pens? These versatile pens allow you to perform different tasks with one writing instrument that has multiple functions. Perhaps you want to write notes, highlight text and flag certain sections with sticky notes, but you’d prefer not to keep up with three different tools. You can do all that with one multi-function pen.
Promotional multi-function pens come in a variety of styles such as a felt-tip pen/highlighter combo or a 4-in-1 pen with multiple ink colors. More sophisticated multi-function pens include the flag pen that comes with a built-in sticky note-dispenser or a multi-function pen with a built-in stylus for navigating touch screens.
Adding extra functions to a promotional pen multiplies its usefulness to your customer and raises its value in their eyes. Since promotional multi-function pens have multiple uses in one convenient pen, customers are more likely to hold on to them and use them. Your branded pen could become their “go-to” default choice, giving you exponentially more exposure.
Multi-function pens can present unique opportunities for your brand to become the preferred pen over other logoed writing instruments. The more unique the pen, the greater the “cool factor” and the more likely a customer will show off their branded multi-function pen to others.
When you provide promotional multi-function pens to your customers, you show how smart your company is by combining multiple functions in one tool. Offering a handy multi-function pen that provides ease and convenience to your customers demonstrates your company’s versatility and thoughtfulness.
You’ll score major brownie points with customers by giving them these all-in-one office tools! Wherever your customers go, your company’s logoed multi-function pens will spark conversations about your brand – raising its cachet in the eyes of consumers.
Have you ever received a promotional multi-function pen? What made it different from a traditional writing utensil? Leave a comment below.