Later this week is National Re-Gifting Day. It’s the Thursday before Christmas. Now’s the time to pass on that 10 year-old fruitcake that you received last year. Some gifts that are never re-gifted are Buck Knives.
Why? Who would ever part with a gift that has many uses? Opening boxes, cutting string, trimming twigs off a tree, stripping wire. Buck Knives have a universal appeal. Most of them are American Made. So, go through your storage spaces and find those gifts that would be better off in someone else’s closet. But never give up your Buck knives.
Fibonacci Day was named after Leonardo Fibonacci, an Italian mathematician who discovered the natural sequence of numbers in nature in 1202. It’s a series of numbers which is the sum of the previous 2 numbers: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,etc. It is found in hurricane patterns, DNA and the petals of some flowers.
Why celebrate it today? November 23 is 11/23, the first four numbers in the sequence.
Buck Knives salutes Leonardo for making this earth-shaking discovery over 800 years ago.
The Buck 110 Folding Hunter Lockback is the “poster child” of the Buck family of pocket knives. When someone refers to a Buck knife, this is the one that people picture in their minds. It has been made in the USA since 1964. It’s a huge 4 7/8″ long when closed, and sports a 3 3/4″ stainless steel blade. The packaging of a genuine leather sheath make it an attractive gift package for your employees or customers. If you ask, “How long will my logo last?” My answer is, “Does anyone ever throw away a pocket knife?”
Engraved Buck Knives have been around since 1961, and will probably outlast many other forms of promotional advertising.
If you want to reward your staff for a perfect safety record, or a fantastic production record, you may want to give them Buck knives with your logo. Great idea! You already know that American-made Buck knives will display your company logo forever. Here are some tips on how to make this campaign go fast and easy….