It’s certainly easy to shop for those you love this holiday season: you either know exactly what they want or they give you a curated wish list. But what isn’t as easy is giving to those you do not know. Today is Giving Tuesday, so consider this:
Find a non-profit or charity whose cause you support
Order custom logo knives and donate them to your charity of choice
There are many holidays where schools, students, and parents all join together to celebrate our nation’s teachers. We have National Teacher Day, National Teacher Appreciation Week, and even daily, teachers receive thoughtful gifts from their students. They are hard-working, caring, and put their students first.
But what about our substitute teachers who step in last-minute when needed? Today is their day: it’s Substitute Educator Day. These people do not usually have time to prepare, nor do they know the students that they will be instructing. These educators deserve a day of their own as well, so let’s celebrate them today.
Buy them some strong coffee to get them through the morning
Order them a yummy lunch
Make them a “thank-you” goodie bag with company logo knives with your school’s logo, plus other things to show your appreciation.
What are the best qualities a neighbor can have? Trustworthy, considerate, and tidy are a few that come to my mind. How will your neighborhood celebrate Good Neighbor Day today? -Host a block party with food & music -Coordinate a neighborhood garage sale -Encourage your neighbors to support your business by passing out free company logo knives
The best company logo knives must be useful, long-lasting, appreciated, and show your company logo. What secrets can I share with you?
Start with the best pocket knife. Choose the best 440 stainless steel for the blade.
Use material that your particular customers will like. Do they like wood, stainless steel, or bone scales? Other popular handles are made from anodized aluminum, stag, titanium, and synthetic materials.
Laser engrave on the blade and handle (if possible) for a long-lasting imprint. Sometimes the handle material is not conducive to engraving, or the design does not leave enough room for engraving.
Decide on the quantity. Include a few extra for new employees or new customers that will emerge after you place your order.
Determine your budget.
Pick a style of knife that will be popular with your employees (or customers)
Choose a reputable online engraved knives company.
Send them your art file. Hopefully you have vector art, which is an eps or ai file. Sometimes pdf files are in vector format. Vector art is the clearest, neatest art for engraving your logo on a knife.
Ask for an email proof before your knives are put into production.
Now just wait for your order of gift knives to arrive. You’re the hero of the workforce!
Who’s the one person who keeps your office running smoothly? Is it your secretary, office admin, or administrative professional? They’re all synonyms for that special person whom everyone in the office relies on.
Regardless whether your office admin is working from home, or taking a risk and working in the office, they all need rewarded from time to time. This is the week- it’s Administrative Professionals Week.
Take a deep breath and make sure you’re sitting down for today’s company logo knives lesson about Case knives. Have you ever wondered what the method is behind their numbering system? We’ve have all the details here!
Case has 2 numbering systems. Each knife has 2 numbers assigned to it: a SKU number and a Pattern.
SKU number (Model Number) This is like any other SKU number. It identifies the item according to its size, shape, color, number of blades.
Pattern Number The pattern is not as specific as a SKU number. Several SKU numbers could have the same pattern. Their difference would most likely be a different handle color. The purpose of the “Pattern” is to encode information about a knife into only a few digits. For example, 6347 is a pattern.
The first number is the handle material (6)
The second number is the number of blades (3)
The last 2 numbers are the pattern number, (47). 47 is the code for a Medium Stockman . 54 is the code for a Trapper.
Sometimes the number is followed by 2 letters (SS for Stainless steel, or CV for Chrome vanadium)
In many places throughout the U.S., February is snow season. But that shouldn’t stop you from celebrating today’s holiday: Play Outside Day. Bundle yourself up and build a snowman, a snow fort, or make snow angels (no one is ever too old do any of these!).