Buck Knives have long been popular among Americans since 1902. Then someone decided to laser engrave a business logo on them, and created a useful promotional product. What year was that? Sometime between 1902 and 1950 I would guess. Today, Engraved Buck Knives have gained these powers:
Making employees happy and more productive when their boss gives them one
with the company logo on it.
Solidifying business relationships by giving a quality engraved Buck knife with a company logo.
Creating a safer workforce. Buck knives are used as an incentive to use safe work methods in the shop. At the end of a safe year, everyone is rewarded with an engraved Buck knife safety award that boldly displays the company logo.
Some Kershaw knives are made in the USA, and some are made overseas according to the rigid specifications of the Kershaw-USA team.
The special feature of some of the engraved Kershaw knives is the SpeedSafe® opening mechanism. It allows you to quickly and easily open the knife with one hand. You just push on the thumbstud or pull on the flipper. The knife will open the rest of the way with ease. This is great if your parachute is caught in a tree, and so are you, and you have only one free hand. Even if you are in a less dangerous situation, the SpeedSafe® makes your life easier.
When you give engraved Gerber knives with your company logo to clients, you have made friends for life. Here’s why.
The Gerber Titanium Nitride Paraframe offers 2 outstanding features. It is all beautifully black, including the blade. The “air-cooled” handle is interesting to look at, and makes the weight of the knife very minimal.
The Gerber Suspension Multi-Tool 1471 will make your logo last forever. It will be kept in a toolbox or drawer for any emergency that arises.
The Shard Key Chain Tool 1769 is small enough to keep on a keychain, and tough enough to open bottles, strip wires, tighten screws, and pry things apart.
The Gerber Airfoil 3048 commands attention with its bright orange color and firm, smooth design lines.
Give any of these Gerber knives and you will make a friend for life. And your logo will be associated with quality and dependability.
You own a company, and you have good customers. You want to keep them, and get more customers like them. How can you do that? You probably have a good answer for that. Here’s a popular method of Customer Retention, that you might not have explored yet.
I found the best rescue pocket knives on display in Cleveland Ohio last week. Gordon Blake, of Big River Marketing is showing us the Heavy Duty Rescue Knife (with yellow bolster). In his other hand is the “Ball Bearing Assisted Opening Professional Grade Rescue Knife”. It opens with a breeze, using only one hand. Both knives are made by Utica Cutlery Company (the Kutmaster line).
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