National EMS Week and Engraved Buck Knives

National EMS Week and Engraved Buck Knives
National EMS Week

In 1974, President Gerald Ford declared the third full week in May of every year, National EMS Week.

How can you and I show our appreciation to those who are dedicated to help us after a medical tragedy?

  • Thank the first responders that you may

    National EMS Week and Engraved Buck Knives
    Buck Squire Lockback with Leather Sheath

    know. Maybe some of them have already saved your life.

  • Share your comments on facebook and twitter using #NationalEMSWeek.
  • Take an EMS worker to lunch.
  • Give them Engraved Buck Knives with your company logo as a show of appreciation.


Engraved Buck Knives Salutes the Birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps

Engraved Buck Knives Salutes the USMC
Engraved Buck Knives Salutes the USMC

On November 10, 1775, the Continental Congress established the Continental Marines, in preparation for the American Revolution. The recruitment office was in the Tun Tavern on Water Street in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After the war, the Continental Marines was abolished, only to be replaced in 1798 by the United States Marine Corps (USMC). It was placed under the Secretary of the Navy at that time.

Engraved Buck Knives proudly salutes the United States Marine Corps and thanks all the marines for their valuable service. We encourage you to also thank a Marine, take them to lunch, or give them engraved Buck knives in appreciation.

Engraved Buck Knives
Engraved Buck Knives


The All-Time Best Engraved Buck Knives

110 Engraved Buck Knives
Buck 110 Engraved pocket knives

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.