While the name church pew speaks for itself, you don’t have to use these pens just for the church pews. Many churches do base their pen selection around the pen that fits in the pew. Once they find one that they like they often decide to order these for all the other locations that need pens. Churches use promotional pens all over the building, from small group classrooms, offices, lobby areas and volunteer sign up tables. Pens are often included with a couple of other promotional products that churches give to their first-time guests. This is a nice way to make them feel welcome, provide you contact information and encourage them to return again. While church pew pens are primarily created to fit in the pew hole, they typically end being spread out all over the community. It’s important to find a church pew pen that people love using. The goal is for the church family and guests to take the pens home and promote your church so more guests come to visit. A large number of uses for church pew pens and the number of first-time guests each week make this an item that we highly recommend ordering in bulk. This will save you time and money.
Just like all of the products at My Promotional Pens, we have a large selection. Don’t think that just because a church pew pen was created to fit in a specific spot with one primary use in mind, doesn’t mean that the selection is limited. We know so much about church promotional products that we know exactly which ones are our customer’s top picks. The Anniston is a long time favorite. It comes in classic colors and has a sophisticated look. The twist-action retraction keeps things simple for guests. Next up is the Regal Slim. They offer similar classic colors and the same twist-action retraction but offer detailed chrome accents that give them a bit more of an edge. If you are looking for something a tad bolder, we suggest the Debbie Stylus pens. These come in bright colors and you guessed it, with a stylus. These are great for a church that’s going with a look that’s a bit more dynamic. If you tend to have a crowd that pulls out their phones or tablet to use their Bible app instead of a hard copy of a Bible, these will be a hit!