Author Topic: Fastpens Offers Customizable Antibacterial Pens  (Read 484 times)

Offline Deborah Sexton

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Fastpens Offers Customizable Antibacterial Pens
« on: March 26, 2021, 06:38:59 PM »
With concerns about sanitizing and personal protection at an all-time high due to COVID, Antibacterial Pens, offered by Fastpens, provide one more level of comfort for environments where sharing pens is common.

Some forms of bacteria are particularly resilient and can survive on surfaces for weeks, including pens. The Antibacterial Pen has a substance added during the manufacturing process that inhibits the growth of bacteria. This reduces the chance of passing contamination on from person to person.

Ideal markets for Antibacterial Pens include any restaurant, business or manufacturing facility where there is food, as well as nursing homes, doctors’ offices, hospitals, and reception areas.

Fastpens guarantees its pen provides 99.9% protection against bacteria. It comes in six colors: black, red, green, orange, purple and blue. It can be digitally printed in full color with a logo or graphic with the digital print area measuring 50 mm by 6 mm. The ink color is black.

Printed pens are offered with no setup or design fees and free delivery. To view on the website, go to https://www.fastpens.com/products/antibacterial-pens/. To contact, call (888) 574-1233 or email to info@fastpens.com.


Offline papinc

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Re: Fastpens Offers Customizable Antibacterial Pens
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2021, 12:56:01 PM »
With all due respect Deborah... Your post appears to be promoting a company that caters to the end-user as I see no price coding or industry affiliated logos (i.e. PPAI, SAGE or ASI).  In addition to screen printing, our company is also a promotional products distributor, and would venture a guess that we're not the only one here on this forum.

Anyone searching for this type of product could stumble across this site and post... thus diverting sales from a small independent distributor. 

I understand you derive your livelihood by promoting companies and their products,  however in this case... I believe it may have detrimental affects.

I would ask that the moderators consider requesting you remove this post.  If this is out of line... moderators, delete my post... then me.

Regards

Keith @ PAPINC