Customized Box Cutters
Promotional Advertising Box Cutting Tools
Pocket Box Knife with Retractable Blade - Special Prices on Cutters - as low as .42 Cents
Customized imprinted box cutters have many uses. Personalized retractable box cutters have safety shields to prevent accidents. Prices shown for logo utility knives include your personalized message on one side. Two, three and four color imprints are also available on all of our promotional box cutters. Our Wholesale prices make these promotional tools very affordable.
Give us a call (706-374-0710) for a FREE quote and to put our years of promotional and advertising experience to work for you.
An additional $45 non-refundable artwork charge per personalized imprint position and color must be paid before work can begin.
Special Box Cutter Prices. Prices guaranteed at this low wholesale price until the end of this month.
Prices above include a 1-color customized imprint on 1-side. Pen sized retractable utility knife has thumb slide blade. Blades are divided in useful increments for easy breaking and sharp cutting power on demand.
Available in White, Yellow and Safety Orange - Custom Imprint Area: 1/4" x 2".
More Cutting Tools - Large Snap Box Cutter
8-section blade with locking slide. Removable slotted top safely breaks blades. Large snap blade cutters have a plastic body. Comes in white/grey. Item size is 6.38" long x 1.38" wide x .5" deep. Imprint area is 2" long x .44" high.
An additional $45 non-refundable artwork charge per imprint position and color must be paid before work can begin.
For sharper name recognition, consider advertising your name or business on our box cutters. Also check out our personalized Safety Box Cutters and Cutters with Key Rings Also see our custom printed Blade Cutters.
American Minute with Bill Federer
Pennsylvania - The Continental Congress met there, the Declaration of Independence was signed there, the Liberty Bell was rung there, and the Continental Army spent the freezing winter of 1777 at Valley Forge there.
The Constitution was written there, and for awhile the United States Capitol was there.
It became the 2nd State to join the Union on DECEMBER 12, 1787.
The first Colonial Legislative Act, called the Great Law of Pennsylvania, December 7, 1682, stated:
"That no person...who shall confess and acknowledge one Almighty God to be the Creator, Upholder and Ruler of the World...shall in any case be molested or prejudiced for his, or her Conscientious persuasion or practice."
Benjamin Franklin helped write Pennsylvania's 1776 Constitution, which stated in Frame of Government, Chapter 2, Section 10:
"Each member of the legislature, before he takes his seat, shall make and subscribe the following declaration:
'I do believe in one God, the Creator and Governor of the Universe, the Rewarder of the good and Punisher of
the wicked, and I do acknowledge the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be given by Divine Inspiration.'"